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Verify BIOS recognizes the drive. I have the same problem as the above people. Its a bios Setup setting. Try zeroing out the beginning of your hard drive inel then reinstalling Windows. Welcome to Windows 7 Forums.
Start-up error: Intel UNDI, PXE-2.1 (build 083)
Find More Posts by essenbe. Find out how to get into your bios as the computer is booting maybe F8, maybe ctrl-s? Possible because booting from huild HDD failed and it is falling back to other options e. Click “Add” to insert your video.
Will get back to posting as soon as Im able. Posted 29 August – I Already got an email confirmation but, anytime i try to post a new topic that keeps coming up. Page 1 of 3. Just does not recognize it. Please log in to reply. Any suggestions would be most welcome. Copying the contents of the floppy to the CD will not give you a bootable CD.
You should be able to go into Bios at startup and have an option to enable optimized defaults. This is found on the hard drive. Have you solved it?.
Intel UNDI, PXE (build ) Solved – Windows 7 Help Forums
The PXE message means that the computer is buil to boot from the network. Hi JakeND, There are multiple download options at the link that you provided. The boot priority is “Legacy First” I believe. As soon as you power on your PC, start pressing the F2 key. I’ve made your answer an edit to the post, but please simply register, so you can drop comments, edit posts yourself, etc. If you want to make changes to partitions and drives, start the computer using the installation disc.
Any help with trying to resolve this issue would be much appreciated. By the time I on my laptop, it shows: As for the responses you’re getting – this is and likely the same thing builc at the other places that you’ve posted a volunteer board staffed by folks who freely give their advice based upon their experience with different issues.
When your computer attempts to boot from the network adapter, it means the boot sequence is wrong or the hard drive is not bootable. Other poists I’ve read said the only way to get rid of the PXE error is to remove LAN from the boot sequence completely – but that’s not an option, no way to remove it. How satisfied are you with this response?
The SSD is built in, it is not an add on or plug in device. Your answer needs to include more details to help people. Want Answer intle Clicking this will make more experts see the question and we will remind you when it gets answered.
So no matter how your boot sequence was set, it would just skip the hard drive.