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Greengiants
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Start PXE over Ipv4

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Hi,
I get this message since yesterday when I try to start my pc:
Checking media presence
Média present
Start pxe over ipv4

It happened after it failed to start and didn’t find my HDD (I can’t recall the first message)

I tried a memory test: success and a quick HD test success as well
I would like to compel the pc to try again to boot from the HDD but didn’t find how
If you have any other thoughts it would be much appreciated!
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justinkailash00
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open your cpu door and check if sata cable(means hod and motherboard connect one cable) lose connection,

if not work changed SATA cable other slot in your motherboard..

if they are not work problem in your HOD..replace new HOD 

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Greengiants
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Thanks for the reply,
Apparently no cable is loose,
I was not able to do the other part you mentioned,
Are you sure it’s hardware and there is nothing to check on the software side?
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> Are you sure it’s hardware and there is nothing to check on the software side? 

 

Yes.

 

Your computer tries to boot from several sources:

* CD/DVD

* disk-drive

* USB memory-stick

* network (via Ethenet)

 

If your disk-drive hardware has failed, then your computer will try to boot from each of the other sources, as you have noticed.

 

As the Other Person mentioned, it's possible that the "power-cord" into the back of the disk-drive has come loose, or that the "data" cable into the back of the disk-drive has come loose, or that the other end of that "data" cable is no longer fully connected to the motherboard.


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Thank you for your message,
This computer was built with 2 hard drives, the « main » and a small ssd to open faster when you ou start it.
I removed them, and tested them as external hard drives on an other cpu.
The « main » still works, I have access to all my data.
I didn’t manage to have access to the ssd though, so it might come from here.
I think (not a 100% sure) windows was installed on the ssd,
How could I test the main to check if it works if it has no os on it?
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@Greengiants wrote:
This computer was built with 2 hard drives, the « main » and a small ssd to open faster when you ou start it.
I removed them, and tested them as external hard drives on an other cpu.
The « main » still works, I have access to all my data.
How could I test the main to check if it works if it has no os on it?

While connected to another computer, if you can read files from it, and/or run the "check disk for errors" ('CHKDSK') command, then it will be OK.  If there is no 'WINDOWS' folder in the "root" of its file-system, then Windows is not installed on it.  Same for a 'Program Files' folder.

 

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