Solved URGENT : Windows 7 Boot problems

September 3, 2011 at 02:16:08
Specs: Windows 7 Professional Service Pack 1, i5 / DDR3 4GB
My pc was working fine. Suddenly when I start my pc it loads windows then when im using it, it crashes. Then when I start my pc again it shows this:

INTEL (R) Boot Agent GE
Copyright (C) 1997-2010, Intel Corperaton
CLIENT MAC ADDR : 70 71 BC DC D2 AB GVID : F2050A60 FFB2 11DF 877B 7071BCDCD2AB
PXE-E53: No boot filename received
PXE-MOF: Exiting Intel Boot Agent
Reboot and selest proper boot device
or Insert Boot Media in Selected Boot device and press a key

I switch off my pc for a few hours then on again, it boots normally but again crashes then it shows the error again in the boot screen.

Here are my pc's spec:

Motherboard : Intel Desktop Board DH67BL MEDIA SERIES
Processor : Intel i5
O.S. : Windows 7 Professional | ServicePack 1
RAM : DDR3 | 4Gb
H.D.D : Western Digital | 500Gb

Please help me. Thanks.

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September 3, 2011 at 07:21:26
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The error you are getting is saying "hey I don't see the bootable operating system on the hard'll check and see if there is any thing else to boot from" in your case it is looking for a network boot via the network card. Usually caused by bad hard-drive or corrupted hard drive. I would download the hard drive makers diagnostic utility and test the hard drive, it's a good starting point....even new drives can go bad.

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September 3, 2011 at 08:23:16
All computer problems are urgent.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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September 3, 2011 at 23:50:51
runa system restore to a date before the issue started.
check your bios settings, make sure your hard drive is set as the boot device.

i hate computers!
but cant help myself....

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September 5, 2011 at 01:37:16
Sorry but what is the hard drive makers diagnostic utility and how to test the hard drive. Thanks anyway.

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September 5, 2011 at 04:23:45
You get the drive diagnostics from the hard drive manufacturer. See if the makers name is given in Device Manager - often Seagate. You can also look at the HD inside - I'm assuming it is not a laptop.

You download the diagnostic and (unless you have a floppy drive) you put it on a bootable CD. If you use a CD you will have to set the CD ahead of the HD in BIOS - floppies are usually ahead of the HD anyway. Whatever, you power up with the disk in the drive and the test runs.

Re #3 - the boot order in BIOS won't have changed unless you did it deliberately and in any event you said it sometimes boots OK.

It sounds rather like HD trouble.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks

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