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REALTEK RT8139(X)/8130/810XPCI FAST ETHERNET CONTROLLER PXE-E61 MEDIA TEST FAILED CK CABLE AND PXE-MOF EXITING FLASHING

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You most likely have a bad NIC card. Purchase a USB or PCMIA ethernet card, install and you'll be ready to go!

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http://pci-ven.com/driverdetector/realtek/rtl8139realtek/realtek-rtl8139-x-8130-810x-pci-fast-ethernet-controller-v2-17-051202-.html

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