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PXE-E61 + PXE-MOF


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OKhow2

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I need to know how to...
UNDI PXE- 2.1 v 10.0.9
PXE-E61:Media test failure. check cable
PXE-MOF:ExtingBroadcom PXE ROM
like baby step... how to fix and how to download.
I know it can be fixed but I just can't find where to get the software to fix the problem or how to.
It all happen when i tried to restore from a quick store from the "restore windows" files.

thanks but we have already to make the switch and disable LAN and just either a blank cursor. tried the alt+F10...but still.. just like it doesnt make any noises nor does it say anthing new.

Edited by OKhow2, 16 March 2009 - 08:23 PM.

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PedroDaGR8

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Check in your BIOS, make sure that boot from Harddrive (or system drive) is set to occur before Boot from Lan (also called boot from network). Those messages occur when the computer tries to boot from the network. It just basically says that it didn't find anything to boot from on the network. If your computer boots up fine afterwards then you are fine, if not, there is a chance your drive's boot setup is corrupted (possible even windows is corrupted).

Edited by PedroDaGR8, 16 March 2009 - 06:42 PM.

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