My desktop has encountered this problem

October 20, 2017 at 05:24:09
Specs: iPhone , Cpu
DHCP Mac address: 00 08 C7 Day B 8 AD
Pxe-e53: no boot filename received from binl, dhcp,or bootp.
Pxe-m0f: exiting landesk service agent

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October 20, 2017 at 11:20:35
I'm a little confused on your OS. You posted in the Win 95/98 forum, but indicate you're using an iPhone.

Are you working on a desktop computer? If so, the message you're seeing indicates the computer is set to boot to the network card as first boot device. Or, if the system was working before, and the error just started, it's possible the hard drive isn't being detected, or no OS is found.

Go into your BIOS and first check the order of the boot devices. Make the hard drive the first boot device.

Post back and let us know if that helps.

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December 24, 2017 at 22:07:55
Your machine, whatever it is, is trying to boot using your NIC's connection to a drive image server.
This was common for IT departments to load or install standard copies of operating systems or to run workstations as "terminals".
Check your BIOS boot order and put your correct boot device at the top.
If the correct device IS at the top, then it has probably failed.
That would cause you machine to attempt to boot from the next device in the list. And that will probably be your NIC or Network.

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