Jan 11, 2013
Hello, I had a question pertaining to booting my computer. Recently I started building a computer and for the most part it seemed to work out fine. During the boot up process I ran into a PXE error, which after some more research I learned was because it was booting from the network. I turned off network booting and restarted and when it went to boot this time it just said Boot Failure press any key to continue. I'm not sure what went wrong. It appears the load order is correct in the BIOS and everything else seems to be in order. Any idea what's wrong?


I will assume that you installed a Windows version on it, likely 7. Even though the boot order in the bios may be correct, the SRP may have the incorrect data in the bootloader. You can repair that with your install disk or a system repair disc -- do a startup repair.