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Windows 7: PXE E61-PXE MOF error on W7 system

25 Apr 2010   #1
boblink

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PXE E61-PXE MOF error on W7 system

Hi, I have a Lenovo K210 system that upgraded (from Vista) to W7 and installed a 2nd 500HDD and usually don't pay attention to the Windows Start screen (since I usually put the system is "sleep" mode) but when I rebooted the system a little while ago I noticed a PXE E61 error message followed by a PXE MOF error message.

After researching the forum, I made some changes in BIOS system startup options and also Windows System Repair (which did not find any errors) and when I restarted the computer, the same PXE E61 - PXE MOF error message appeared.

I haven't noticed a problem with either of HDD and am not sure what may be causing this problem and would appreciate H-E-L-P!

Thanks,

Bob


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25 Apr 2010   #2
not so gray matter

W7 Ult. x64 | OS X
 
 

This is likely due to your BIOS trying to boot from your secondary drive before your main drive. You need to make sure that the storage drive is marked as a slave within your BIOS.
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25 Apr 2010   #3
boblink

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Thanks gray, I believe that I have the sequence set for 1) HDD, 2) CD-ROM and
3) Floppy. Anything else that I should look at? Thanks for your help, Bob
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