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Will not boot to operating system


if you have your original operating system dvd/disc to hand then put this in the DVD drive, then turn off the PC, turn it back on, see if the DVD boots up, if not, restart and when the pc starts up next time press DEL or Backspace when you turn it back on when you see white dots and bottom of screen with black background, this should get you into the boot menu (if it's not DEL) it maybe F8, F10, or F12 sorry im not sure for your computer but should be one of these(some computers even use F1-F2, your looking for the boot menu. You then need to select the DVD drive to be first in order to boot, save then it will boot up from the disc and attempt a system repair and check your system files are all ok, this may take some time so u leave the PC while it's doing this, if successful it will autmatically boot back up or hopefully give you a error message to tell you whats up.

Dec 26, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Labtop won't turn on


Turn on, hold F8 button down until boot menu appears. Download Norton Boot Recovry to disc from another computer. Install in ur CD/DVD drive. Boot ur computer. Or install ur operating system disc in cCD rom drive. Reboot computer, hold F2 button down, modify BIOS boot sequence so CD Rom in 1st boot device. Boot computer, repair or reinstall operating system.

Sep 08, 2012 | Toshiba Satellite L355D-S7813 Notebook

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Pxe e53 no boot filename received


Sounds like it is trying to boot from a lan or someplace other than your hard drive. Make sure you don't have a music cd or movie dvd in the cd/dvd drive. Turn the computer off then turn it back on and the screen for which key it says to hit to Change The Boot Sequence or Boot Order, then hit that key. You have to hit the key when you see the message or it will not work and you will have to reboot and start over. Select the Hard Drive as the boot device and let it boot up. If you are successful then each time you boot you will need to do this process unless you make it a permanent change.

To make a permanent change to the boot process turn the computer off, then turn it back on and watch the screen for which key it says to hit to get into the Bios or System Setup, then hit that key. You have to hit the key when you see the message or it will not work and you will have to restart and boot again. Once you are in the Bios or System Setup look for any reference to Boot, Boot Sequence or Boot Order. It might be a tab you you select at the top of the window. Change the boot order to CD\DvD as 1st and the Hard Drive as 2nd. This is the normal boot order so that if anything goes wrong with the hard drive, you can boot from the cd/dvd by putting in a repair disk or operating system disk. Just make sure you don't have a music cd, movie dvd or anything in the cd/dvd drive when you boot. Save the settings and exit the Bios or System Setup and Reboot.

Jun 05, 2012 | Intel D946GZIS Motherboard

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No bootable devices


Make sure you don't have anything in the CD/DvD Drive. It sounds like your system is trying to boot from something other than your hard drive.

Turn the system off then press the power button to restart it. Watch the screen for which key it says to hit to Change the Boot Order or Boot Sequence and hit that key when you see the message. Select the Hard Drive as your boot device and let it boot up again. This is a temporary change that is only good for the current boot cycle.

It the system boots then you want to restart the computer and this time watch the screen and see which key it says to hit to get into the Bios or System Setup and hit that key. When it opens tab over to the Boot and set your boot order or boot sequence to have the CD/DvD drive 1st and your Hard Drive 2nd. This is the normal way so that if your hard drive ever fails to boot you can put a cd in the drive to remedy the problem. Otherwise, just make sure nothing is in the cd/dvd drive when you turn the boot the computer.

May 13, 2012 | Dell Inspiron 1525 Laptop

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When I turn on the PC the following message appears and my system goes turn off... For Realtek RTL8101E/8102E PCI-E Ethernet Controller v2.13 PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable PXE-M0F: Exiting...


This error occurs when the BIOS finds no hard disk drive to boot from, and tries and fails at booting thru the network jack (PXE Boot is a network boot used in large corporations, usually to image a system.)
Reseat the hard disk drive in the system, then reset the bios defaults and see if the system will boot normally. You can also try running diagnostics (Fn + Power on a Dell)
Most likely scenario is that the hard disk drive has failed and you will need to replace it.

Jul 15, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Lenovo Y410, It does not boot. Throws error: There was problem in staring windows due to some error. How do I get to start windows in safe mode?


Welcome to FixYa

It seems that you are having problems booting to windows. There are a number of steps you can try to fix this issue.

1. boot to safe mode. Start tapping F8 right after the computer turns on. This would cause the system to boot to windows advanced boot menu. Once you see the advanced boot menu then just choose safe mode. If you managed to boot to safe mode then you can perform system restore from here. To run system restore just click on start, all programs, system tools, then click on system restore, once system restore has been launced choose a date when the computer was working fine

2. You can also try to boot to windows recovery environment. to do this keep tapping F8 right after the computer turns on. choose the option "repair my computer". The system would now boot to windows recovery environment. From here you can run startup repair and system restore

3. If none of the above steps work then you can use the One Key Recovery feature of a lenovo Y410. Please note that this would reset your computer to its factory image so this would cause you to LOSE DATA on the system. Before you use this feature make sure that you have a back up of all of you data. Note that the computer must be turned off. Press the NOVO button on the computer. refer to the image for its location on your computer




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Pressing this button while the computer is off would launch the one key recovery of lenovo. From here you can restore the system to its factory condition.


Hope this helps

May 22, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Re Boot


Try disconnecting everything from teh system. turn off the system. Take the battery out and unplug the Power cable. Leave it that way for 5 minutes and then hold the Power button for 1 min and then connect the battery to the system only. and try turning it on.


Hope this Help.
Cheers!!!

Jul 24, 2009 | Gateway MT3422 RTL Notebook

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System not booting


Fiend your solution direct from mercury. Here is your solution.....
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Feb 03, 2009 | Mercury P4VM800M7 Motherboard

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I have a booting problem.


@headman333

try repairing your installation by reinstalling your OS

@jyothi143

try to run system restore in safe mode
restart your system...before windows logo appear press F8 continuously and select safemode..

click on START>All Programs>Accesories>System Tools>System Restore..

Choose a date that were you havent experience the problem like the day before...

Hope this helps...^_^



Jul 24, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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No boot


Turn system off / Than try to re-boot after it comes back on.

If this dont work retry again with the battery back in , than turn system off and see if it re-boot again if so , take battery out and re try again with the normal re-booting .

Nov 29, 2007 | Compaq NX6110 TFT XGA Notebook

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