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Getting - PXE-E53 error when booting up - No boot filename recieved

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Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Was working fine the night before last, but re-booted in middle of night (don't know why since i don't have auto update on)

the next morning there was an error PXE-E53 - No boot filename received.

PXE-MOF- Existing Intel PXE ROM

Error - No boot disk has been detected.


I went into HP Advanced diagnostic and ran HD test Extended and i came back after 2 hours stating it was good



Please help!

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Your computer is capable of booting from several devices:

  • CD/DVD
  • disk-drive
  • floppy-disk
  • USB memory-stick
  • over the network, by loading files from a "boot-server" (most often found on a "corporate" network)

Your computer failed to boot from your disk-drive, and the PXE ("Pre Execution Environment") tried to connect to that boot-server, but failed to connect, or failed to find the correct image for your computer on that boot-server.


Anyway, your problem is that your disk-drive is failing, and must be replaced.


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