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PXE-E61 Media test failure check cable my note book is asus f3f and when this massage appear i cant connect to internet.

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That message is when you have your computer set to network boot. You can disable it in the bios or change the boot order to put network after hard drive. Press probably Delete when booting to get into your bios and look for Boot Order.

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