I have a server and all of a sudden i cannot connect to my network. then when i truned it on and off, there's a message on the screen windows of the server , it reads: stop....check for viruses in your computer....refer to getting started manueal for more troubleshooting stop errors. it reads also:::RUN CHKDSK /F.
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Re: disconnected network drive
You should run chkdsk because this only means that there was a unstability either on your OS, software or files. chkdsk will check your systems integrity and if it finds an unstable file, it will repair it.
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Try rebooting your ipad and see if the problem still persists, if not then try go into settings -> WiFi -> then click your network your network and click forget Network, then try to connect to the network again. Or if you use your sim's network then turn off then turn on the mobile network option in the settings menu.
If it still doesnt work, then something is wrong with your WiFi or mobile network. Best thing would be to lodge a complaint or wait for a few days as these things usually sort themselves out on their own. Hope I helped :) !
Did you try uninstalling the AVG?Next you can also try a system restore but make sure you take a backup of all your important data.Bcuz once you do a system restore then you'll loose all your data as it will be restored to an earlier time.
Your computer tries to "boot" (start-up) from several devices:
* floppy-disk (if installed)
* disk-drive (if not "dead"),
* CD/DVD optical device (if "bootable" media has been loaded)
* PXE --> Pre-Execution Environment -- checks if there is a connection between the network-adapter on your computer to a "boot-server" on your local network -- it can load Windows from that "boot-server".
The "media-test failure" indicates that there is no network-cable attached to your computer *AND* the other-end of the network-cable is *NOT* connected to the "boot-server". So, you can that "error" message.
Your computer tries to "boot" from various devices:
* the 'A:' diskette drive
* the CD-ROM drive
* a bootable image on a USB memory-stick
* via the network-adapter, if there is a "boot-server" somewhere on your local network.
So, enter BIOS SETUP, and check that your disk-drive is one of "enabled" boot devices. Also, check that the disk-drive is "detected" by the BIOS.
If your disk-drive is not connected, or not responding, and there is nothing in the 'A:' drive and nothing in the CD-ROM drive, then the PXE (Pre eXecution Environment) will try to "talk" to a boot-server on your network. If no such server is found, you get the "check cable connection" message, and you are prompted to put some "bootable" media into the 'A:' drive or the CD-ROM drive.
Short answer: your disk-drive has "died". You need to replace it, and to install Windows onto the new disk-drive.
I hope that you recently made a good "backup" of all your data files!
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.
Your server tries to "boot" from several sources:
* network (if you have a "boot-server" somewhere on your network)
So, if your computer FAILS to boot from the first 3 devices, above, it will try the 4th, namely via your network-adapter.
When your computer finds that its network-adapter is *NOT* connected via an Ethernet cable to a boot-server, it reports "check cable" and "test of the media has failed".
So, why did your server *NOT* boot from the 3rd device, namely your disk-drive? Solve that problem, and the 4th device (the "network-boot") will not be tried, and the error-messages will not appear.
You can repair it by going to start menu, Control Panel, Network and Internet Connections, Network Connections. Right Click the Icon Local Area Connection and then click Repair. Wait until it repairs your server connection and then click OK.