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this is the error i get PXE-MO4: Hooking bootstrap interrupt 18th
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Howdy:

Boot into BIOS and remove the option to "boot from a network device" from your list of boot options!!

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i got the one for 2000 working but the xp one still freezes
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im mean restart not freeze this is the error i get PXE-MO4: Hooking bootstrap interrupt 18th
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How do i go about doing that. thanks for the fast responce
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The manual you should have received with your system should give you all that information..

If you watch your screen as it boots up, it will say something like "press <delete> to enter setup".. That's where you want to be..

As for the exact wording or location of the boot setup, that is totally dependant on the type of BIOS your system uses.. Again, the manual will give you all the headings and what is in them along with how to adjust them!!

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Holla:

Do NOT start and run two threads on the same problem..

Your boot problem is being addressed in another thread therefore I will be asking a mod to close this one or merge it with the other !!

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is that what the error means? cause i tryed to look online and everything i found was in another language
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The "PXE-MO4" is the option to boot from a network connection or a network drive.. You don't have that so it errors out !!

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