|The message you are getting is related to network boot. There are three situations that spring to mind in which this can occur:|
1: There is no hard drive available to boot from. Solution: Check hard drive connections, ensure presence of hard drive.
2: The hard drive is absent from the system boot sequence. Solution: enter BIOS, check boot sequence and ensure the hard drive is in first position on the boot sequence.
3: There is no data in the hard drive's boot sector, the hard drive is blank, non functional or corrupted. Solution; Repair the boot sector, replace hard drive or reinstall the system. To repair the boot sector in XP, boot fro CD into the recovery console and run 'fixboot' / 'fixmbr'.