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For Atheros PCIE Ethernet Controller... check cable connection PXE-E63:error while initializing the NIC PXE-MOF:exiting intel PXE ROM No bootable device-insert boot disk and press eny key happened after entering security settings to connect to home wifi.. pc slowed down, went to blue screen

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System is trying to boot to a network, this is most likely due to the hard disk drive not being detected, or the windows operating system is missing.
First reset the BIOS defaults, see if the system detects the HDD in the bios and will now boot.

Run diagnostics on the hard disk drive, which I suspect it will fail.
If diags on the drive pass, they try reinstalling Windows. But I expect you'll be replacing the drive.

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You didn't list your PC model or make, but it appears that you have enabled the network card to boot from it's rom chip. Turn that option off in your software or pcie Bios control.

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