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Old 05-23-2004, 09:28 PM   #1
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I am getting "Press F1 to resumeant to boot from the network" errors at boot. It is happening when it is loading hardware. It has not even started loading windows yet. AT THE BIOS. Please help. Its driving me crazy. ANY IDEAS. I think it is the MB but i dont know for sure.
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I am getting "Press F1 to resumeant to boot from the network" errors at boot. It is happening when it is loading hardware. It has not even started loading windows yet. AT THE BIOS. Please help. Its driving me crazy. ANY IDEAS. I think it is the MB but i dont know for sure.
Not with that amount of info,if your on a Network consult your Network advisor.Best i can do.
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Just a cable modem. happens even when i unplug it. Tried reseting to defaults in bios. I am going to flash the bios next.
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Just a cable modem. happens even when i unplug it. Tried reseting to defaults in bios. I am going to flash the bios next.
You may have made matters worse if your bios was set where you bought it.
You maybe lost some that had to be changed from default.
Do you know and understand "Flash the Bios" ???
So press F1,what happens then ?
It could be a bad LAN card,Call the Cable people.
You seem to be getting here ok.Is it on your bad F1 thingy ?
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I am familiar with bios flashing, and i can set it back up how i would like so thats not a problem. The flash is actually one of those that runs from inside windows and you just launch the exe. i have the original bios and it looks like there was a few since then. When you push f1 it just continues on to boot into windows. i know its strange. the NIC is onboard. Its an intel MB. I went to their site and looked for info and even searched the error and got nothing. Any more ideas.
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I am familiar with bios flashing, and i can set it back up how i would like so thats not a problem. The flash is actually one of those that runs from inside windows and you just launch the exe. i have the original bios and it looks like there was a few since then. When you push f1 it just continues on to boot into windows. i know its strange. the NIC is onboard. Its an intel MB. I went to their site and looked for info and even searched the error and got nothing. Any more ideas.
Well theres only one thing i can add press F1 and have a good day is that so bad.
In the meanwhile read your MBD manual for info on what F1 is for.
My way out guess is password protection.See if the bios is set to decide
ha ha "knock knock who's there"
What is NIC ?
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NIC = network interface card.
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NIC = network interface card.
You saw this before,Compaq.
Not with that amount of info,if your on a Network consult your Network advisor.Best i can do.
So who holds the answers.
Why do you have a NIC merrebass ?
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