12-13-2017 05:53 PM
Probably a failed hard drive. It tries a LAN boot if it cannot boot from a connected drive
12-13-2017 06:18 PM
If it is what I think it is, the fix is to replace the hard drive
11-17-2018 09:52 PM
Hi friend, I have seen you problem.
Here is the solution from the AMK SOLUTIONS, try this it may help to solve your problem...
step 1: just turn off your computer.
step 2: get in to the Bios Settings. Usually it will come by pressing F2 or Del as per the vendor of your computer.
HERE IS THE IMPORTANT PART
step 3: confirm that you are using what type of booting, for example you are using os from usb or hdd or network.
If you have installed os in your hdd and it is working fine even though you got this problem then do this...
--> goto the bios settings-->boot settings-->change boot options from legacy to uefi and disable network boot
If you are usb also same process will work
If you are using network booting then do this....
-->just check your net connection is good or not, and change to uefi, and disable network boot--turn of pc--power on--goto boot--enable network boot--turn off pc--turn on pc-- this will work
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