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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Your hard drive is not being recognised by your computer, so therefore it will not try to boot from it.
The PXE message you can ignore, it's the computer trying ot boot from the network card (because it can't find the hard drive)
You didn't memntion if this is a desktop or a laptop so..
2 smaller connectors One thin cable (can be any colour but normally red) and one power cable with a thin black connector.Just give these a push back towards the drive to make sure they are secure, do not remove them.
Try to start and see what happens.
It is possible that your hard drive has failed, though they normally start to cause problems before they go.
These can be anywhere in laptops, but normally under one side you will find a panel that when opened will reveal the hard drive. Dell laptops normally put them in the side of the laptop and there is an access panel to be removed there as well.
If you have a laptop, then post back the model number togive a clearer idea of where it will be before you pull the whole thing apart =)
Try that and see what happens. Post back results please.
Posted on Apr 16, 2008
There's something very wrong with the boot order from your pc: apparently now it's set to boot from network - something that is done only in network servers. This happens when the BIOS battery (or the BIOS chip itself) start failing - it's time to start saving for a new pc, this motherboard has started to show signs of old age.
Enter the BIOS and set a new order: put the cd first, then the hard disk second and finally disable all the others. Save, exit and it should boot just fine
Posted on May 07, 2010
Testimonial: " Thank You Very Much although I am a Little disheartened by the fact that the comp seems to be near it's end especially since I've had it for just over a year. Is there anything that can be done to extend it's life?"
SOURCE: the screen says: "Intel UNDI ,
Your computer tries to "boot" from various devices:
* internal disk-drive
* internal CD/DVD drive
* internal 3.5" drive
* external USB device (memory stick, external CD drive, et cetera)
* via your network-adapter -- trying to connect to a "boot-server"
So, restart your computer, and enter BIOS SETUP mode.
Be sure that the disk-drive *IS* listed.
If you want, exclude the "network" boot-device,
since the error-messages that you are seeing are indicating that *NO* boot-server exists on your network.
What the messages *COULD* imply is that there is no media in the CD/DVD drive,
no media in the 3.5" drive, nothing "bootable" connected via a USB port,
*AND* that your computer *TRIED* but *FAILED* to boot from your disk-drive.
That is, your disk-drive either is electrically disconnected (no power reaching it)
or electronically disconnected (the "data" cable is not attached)
or that the disk-drive itself is "dead".
Take your computer to a qualified technician for trouble-shooting.
You may have to replace the "dead" disk-drive with a brand-new one.
Posted on Oct 10, 2010
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