Question about Dell Inspiron Mini 10 Notebook
Media test failure like above while
booting means that the problem already solved as long as you can get
into Vista/win7/xp as usual. PXE shown in the massage is
the Ethernet network boot option which you’re not using. There are 4 options you can use for boot up the laptop:
3. USB Storage
That was better to use HDD unless you are connected to a LAN then you need to change it to Network
Posted on Aug 31, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: PXE-E61 : media test failure,
The system is not finding any bootable media (Hard Drive) and is attempting to boot via the network card (PXE Boot) the error message is saying that there is not PXE network to boot from and it is exiting the process.
Generally, this is caused by a hard Drive failure. Reseat the drive and or drive connections and see if the system will find the hard drive.
Generally, a Hard drive failure
Posted on Jun 17, 2011
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