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Start PXE over IPv4(Booting Issue)


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#1 TyronSmiteApril

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Posted 03 June 2018 - 05:50 PM

So I was helping my roommate today and he moved his computer a tad and his computer got unplugged from the back of his PC. After plugging it back in and giving it sometime to boot he got a BSOD that said memory management. After it was completed he was presented with a screen that said >>Checking Media Presence...... >>Media Present...... >>Start PXE over IPv4. then his BIOS gets pulled up. I checked his boot order and nothing was wrong with it, after a google search everyone kept saying it was boot order. I changed the boot settings slightly(didn't work) disabled IPv4 & 6 and didn't fix it, removed his network cable(didn't fix it) I am stumped any help would be appreciated. Above all the computer will not boot up at all, the only screen we are presented is the BIOS and the error stated below.

 

OS: Windows 10

Error:

>>Checking Media Presence......

>>Media Present......

>>Start PXE over IPv4

 

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Edited by hamluis, 05 June 2018 - 01:13 PM.
Moved from Crashes/BSODs to Win 10 Spt - Hamluis.


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#2 TyronSmiteApril

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Posted 04 June 2018 - 07:23 AM

So quick update. I tested the HDD in my computer with it being the only drive connected, my computer booted fine to the drive and the desktop. His computer is recognizing it on the board explorer(allows you to see connected devices). I have updated the bios removed ALL cables but keyboard/mouse/video. Disabled all ipv4/6 set it to uefi and uefi+legacy and it just boots to the bios every time. I also used another sata cable and power.




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