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Hi. Well there are not any reason for this problem to appear. Done nothing regarding disk problem. Anyway when I boot the process stops with the black screen with "Verifying DMI Data...... Boot from CD: Disk Boot Failure, Insert system Disk and press enter This never happend before. What might be wrong? Best regards/ krister_rune@hotmail.com For Realtek RTL811B/811C Gigabit Ethernet Controler v2.06 (070425) PXE-E61 : Media Test Failure, Check Cable PXE-M0F: Exiting PXE ROM. Disk boot Failure insert system disk and pree enter I get this message on start up and then it dosnt do anything plz help?

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    Ive tried making it boot the Hard drive first but its still the same. Ive Checked the connecting cable and i have unpulged anything unneeded im really out of ideas here? at the moment im trying to creat a vista system disk by burning an ISO image onto cd would that maybe work

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That is probably an harddisk failure. First check the cable , both data and power to the harddisk. make sure your bios is getting the harddisk on its boot menu / first page on bios. if or when HDD is ok and still not booting up the pc, you should consider an operating system reinstall.

and please comment here to let me know the progress.

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Make sure you dont have a floppy in the floppy drive inserted.
Also if you have a jump drive installed, plz unplug it.

But if you little computer savy. Go to your bios and make the boot sequence to first boot the Hard Drive

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