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PXE-E61: Media Test Failure, Check cable Operating system not found


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hey yo i have been running the program for a while now the wall time: 11:52:00 and i was just wondering wen do u know that the program complete..........so far i have pass:2 and the errors:13067 and so on
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The prorgam will continue to run pass after pass.
Look at picture the first blue picture in post 8.
3rd reading from the right it shows Pass
How many passes has it done and is it showing any errors?

Edited by rshaffer61, 15 January 2010 - 04:47 PM.

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i have no idea wat u r talking about cuz every time to program finish running am not in the room and the computer shut down by it self and wen i open it. it's show this: Invalid Command.com Enter correct name of command Interpreter (eg, c:/command.com)
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i have pass:2 and the errors:13067 and so on

OK I reread what you posted.
The above indicates bad memory.
2 test ran and you had 13,067 errors. Bad memory. :)
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ooooh ight so how can i fix that
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Only way to fix is to replace the memory.
Go to HERE and run the Crucial online scanner.
This will give you the exact memory configuration for your system.
You do not have to buy the memory from there, but write down the information and if you need assistance in purchasing the upgrade memory GTG can assist with suggestions also.
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hello everyone i got a Gateway laptop model MX6421 it has not been turn on for a while and yesterday afternoon i turn it on it was loading up a Microsoft window 98. At first it use to load up window xp i had some work done on it not so sure of what the guy did on it. and i try to upload an Operating system disc for window xp it give me the option to type 'R' for recovery on it did it says "Starting Recovery" and the screen goes dark. so i was playing with it and i finally hit the f12 button and this message came up PXE-E61:Media Text failure,check cable & PXE- MOF: Exiting PXE ROM. finally it says Operating System not found.

help plz help not trying to spend no money on this laptop cuz of this economies so Help.

Thanks




I got the same problem, but the test that you've recommended is not showing any errors. When I try to clean install win7 the HDD partitions are not found. What should I do??
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The PXE error indicates that the system is trying to boot to a network. Check your bios boot sequence and make sure the boot sequence is set for the following.
  • Cdrom
  • Hard drive


Make sure there is no network or PXE boot in the sequence at all.
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