|I have an old, old, old, old Gateway computer. It has 20 gigs of memory. Seriously. I have to tilt it so that it works for extended periods of time, and when I don't do that and try to start it up, I get the following message:|
Boot Method: RPL (then PXE, TCP/IP, Network)
I'd like to know what that means exactly, and what I can do to fix my computer. Far as it sounds, it seems like a hardware issue, but still. Another opinion (free opinion lol) would be nice.
Also, I'd like to know if there is a specific piece of hardware that controls this.