PXE? Why are you trying to boot via the network? Do you even have a PXE-Server setup? If not I suggest you change the boot order in your BIOSbobpur wrote:Yukon PXE v220.127.116.11 (20050614)
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Pre-boot eXecution Environment v2.1
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PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable
PXE-M0F: Exiting PXE ROM
Invalid partition table_
It was probably a 'company' laptop or something like that? Some companies do that so that people who accidentally removed the pre-installed OS just need to connect to the corporate network again and they automatically get the latest OS image again, e.g. you come back from vacation, plug your network into the corporate LAN ... you go to the coffee machine while it boots, you come back ... and whoah! There is a shiny new OS with the latest patches on your laptop.bobpur wrote:However, as this laptop had an OS before I reformatted it and it worked (Kind of) I must place the shape of the BIOS on the previous owner.
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