I have a Lenovo U350 laptop. Windows 7 64bit.
I had a blue screen yesterday night.
I turned off the computer and went to sleep.
I tried to turn on my comp this morning and below the copyright info I get:
PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable
PXE-MOF: Exiting Broadcom PXE ROM.
Operating System not found.
Here's what I tried so far:
I went in BIOS and restore defaults. (I noticed in main BIOS HDD Status: None)
I check the hard drive to make sure it wasn't loose.
I booted from an old Bart disk I had to see if I could do something
in CMD. But it won't let me go to the c drive, just d.
I don't remember if I could do anything in d.
I remember having booting issues in the past with other computers and I would just boot from my Bart disk
and I remember everything working fine after. I just can't remember the commands.
I tried to access this one key rescue system I read about in my Lenovo user guide to see if I can do something
from there. But when I press the key for it my comp goes to the operating system not found screen.
Usually when the computer doesn't have proper shutoff, the next time I turn it on, the screen that allows me to start in safe mode or the other modes pop up. But that didn't happen. So I tried to access safe mode manually and nothing, just goes to the operating system not found screen.
I don't have my hard drive backed up so I know I'm probably screwed if it's my hard drive.