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The LAN adapter's configuration is corrupted or had not been initialized. The Boot Agent cannot continue. Also i cannon run setup using F2 key.

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  • volchenkov Mar 13, 2009

    The point is that the message appires during the loading procedure. It follows the screen with the prompt "Press F2 to enter set-up" and computer can't load at all. Either I can't enter setup using F2 key. It looks like the keypad don't work too. Or maybe there is another way to enter setup?  


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Just uninstall the driver and reinstall it again.After that restart your computer.

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