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Boot failed


Is the optical drive a DVD drive?

Have you set the machine to boot from the optical drive?

Frequently the HP boot sequence is accessed by touching the Escape key on boot.

Dec 12, 2013 | HP ProLiant DL120 G6 Rack Server System...

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MY LEPTOP IS NOT WORKING ITS WRITTING: CHECK CABLE CONNECTION PXE MOF: EXITING INTEL PXE ROM NO BOOTABLE DEVISE - INSERT BOOT DISK AND PRESS ANY KEY what shuld i do???? helppp plzzzzz


Your system is trying to boot to a Network Boot (PXE Boot is the way corporations image systems on the network with a corporate image) most likely this is due to the hard drive in your system failing and not being detected as a boot device (PXE boot is normally set as an option to boot after trying the hard drive then the optical drive)
You can try re-seating the hard disk drive then resetting the BIOS defaults and see if the hard drive is detected and boots, if that fails, then most likely the hard disk drive has failed and you will need to replace the drive, then re-install Windows, all drivers, and all applications.

Sep 10, 2011 | Acer Aspire One PC Notebook

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PXE-E61 : MEDIA TEST FAILURE , CHECK CABLE


Normally, your laptop should be configured to boot up from the hard drive before trying the network boot up. When the hard drive fails or is no longer available, or the boot up sequence in BIOS Setup has been changed so that the network boot is set before the hard drive, the symptom you describe fails.
I would recommend that you do the following:
1. Check BIOS Setup & make sure the boot sequence is set in the correct order (Hard Drive 0 should be before Network Boot).
2. Make sure that the hard drive is seated properly in its slot & that all connections are tight.
3. Make sure that the hard drive powers up when you turn on the laptop.

If none of this helps, then your hard drive has failed & might need to be replaced.

Mar 09, 2011 | Compaq Presario 700 470024-192 Notebook

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Pxe-e61: media test failure check cable pxe-m0p:exiting broadcom pxe rom operating system not found


Normally, your laptop should be configured to boot up from the hard drive before trying the network boot up. When the hard drive fails or is no longer available, or the boot up sequence in BIOS Setup has been changed so that the network boot is set before the hard drive, the symptom you describe fails.
I would recommend that you do the following:
1. Check BIOS Setup & make sure the boot sequence is set in the correct order (Hard Drive 0 should be before Network Boot).
2. Make sure that the hard drive is seated properly in its slot & that all connections are tight.
3. Make sure that the hard drive powers up when you turn on the laptop.

If none of this helps, then your hard drive has failed.

Mar 08, 2011 | Gateway MT3705 Notebook

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Prablon may loptop pxe-mof exiting broadcom pxe rom .broadcom undi pxe-2.1 v14.0.8


I think you hard drives failed. When the hard drive fails, the boot tries to find another way to boot up, so if the boot sequence lan is enabled, it will try to boot from the lan port (in your case broadcom pxe), when it can't boot from here either, it exits (exiting broadcom pxe). Replace your hard drive and re-install windows.

Oct 14, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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I'm getting a stop error code 0X000000ED,0X86714368, 0X0000006, it's on a Dell Latitude D600 laptop?


Unmountable boot volume indicating that the system cannot successfully read the boot sector of the hard drive.
Run the diagnostics on the hard drive, if it fails, replace the hard drive.
If diags pass, boot to the recovery console, run chkdsk /r If it still gives the error after that, you can try reinstalling windows.
If that fails to resolve, then again, replace the hard disk drive

Nov 19, 2009 | Dell Latitude D600 Notebook

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My mac book turns on but theres only a gray screen that has a picture of a file with a question mark beside it


Your pram battery or hard drive has failed. Find a start up CD/DVD and boot from it and try and repair the drive. If the drive is seen it has forgotten or lost its "blessing" as the boot drive. Go to control panel and choose the hard drive as the boot device. If you cant see the hard drive then the hard drive has failed for whatever reason.

Jul 28, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Pxe-e61 meida cable error


PXE-061 error also know as a "PIXEY" erroroccurs when the system cannot find a bootable device and attempts and FAILs to boot from the Network Adapter. Most newer computer network cards have the ability to boot to an operating system thru the network (A function generally only available over large domain networks).

In your case, the most likely senario is that the hard disk drive has failed.

If this is a portable system, remove and reseat the hard drive, then boot to the SYSTEM BIOS and see if the drive is detected.

If this is a desktop/tower system, open chassis, reseat the power and data cables to the hard drive, then see if the drive is seen in the BIOS.

Ensure the hard drive is the 1st in the boot sequence.

If the system still will not boot to the hard drive, time to replace the hard drive.

Jul 06, 2008 | Everex Computers & Internet

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