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No operating system found

When i boot my pc up it gives me options on where to boot the pc. I have tried them all but no one works it just exiting pxe room then its no operating system found...

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Is there a CD or DVD in the laptop while you're trying to boot? If so, remove it and try rebooting. If you cannot get any result then your hard drive has failed.

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The problem your having could be the operating system is damange or the hard drive failed. Try to boot from a Windows XP or Vista CD to see if the drive is recognized.

Regards,

Posted on Sep 01, 2009

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SOURCE: Message saying media test failure, exiting PXE ROM

Sounds like your hard drive died. If hard drive is dead you wont be able to get into anything but the bios. Hold down the CTRL key when computer starts and dont let go and try to force it into going into bios for you.

Posted on Mar 04, 2010

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SOURCE: i turn on my computer

Hi. Try these simple steps: Restart your computer and press F8 when you see the Dell Screen. In the advanced Windows Option, choose Last Know-Good Configuration and press Enter. If nothing happens and you didn't boot to windows, you may need to reset the system back to factory image.

To do that, Do the first 2 steps if you're using Vista. If you're using Windows XP, on the Dell logo, Press Ctrl+F11 to boot from the recovery partition. Follow the instructions to recover system back to factory image.

Hope it helps!

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Posted on Jun 05, 2010

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SOURCE: upon start up my Dell

Hi,

You computer is trying to boot from the LAN port (Ethernet).

Go into the BIOS by pressing either the F2 or the Del key. Check and make sure the hard drive is recognised by the system as with it saying "Operating system not found" does not sound good and could mean a hardware failure.

If it is seen by the BIOS check the boot order, change it to the HDD as the first boot device.




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Posted on Dec 15, 2010

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SOURCE: WILL NOT LOAD OPERATING SYSTEM.

It sounds like it's trying to boot from a network. Did you change the boot start up in the BIOS? If not then it's trying to boot from the Ethernet port because your hard drive is not being detected or your software is corrupted.

Posted on Feb 10, 2011

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