Realtek pcie fe family controller series v1 19

Hello,

My laptop shows the following message when I turn it on-
Realtek PCIe FE Family controller Series v1.19(08/10/09)
PXE-EGI-Media test failure,check cable
PXE-MOF-Exiting PXE ROM

Reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot device and press a key.

I am using a Dell Inspiron N5010 with windows 7 OS.

My BIOS boot priority:
1st boot Hard Drive
2nd boot cd/dvd/cd-rw drive
3rd boot USB storage
4th boot Diskette drive
5th boot eSATA
6th boot Network

Please help. Thanks.
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  1. Navigate to the BIOS and Disable the option to boot from network.
  2. And if that doesn't work (at getting your computer to boot up), most likely your HDD is at the end of its life, which can be caused by: moving the laptop around while its on, over heating, or just general failure.
  3. Hi,

    I have the exact same problem on my Dell.....did you find a resolution?

    Banks
  4. i am getting the same message when trying to boot a windows disk to re-install
  5. Unfortunately it happened to be very common problem, there is best answer selected here http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/304666-30-reboot-select-proper-boot-device-error-problem

    If It would not be helpful I would recommend posting in Dell Laptop forum - more chances there. I seen Dell moderators asking users to contact them privately for answers here http://en.community.dell.com/support-forums/laptop/f/3518/p/19462591/20166862.aspx#20166862
  6. prafull_32 said:
    Hello,

    My laptop shows the following message when I turn it on-
    Realtek PCIe FE Family controller Series v1.19(08/10/09)
    PXE-EGI-Media test failure,check cable
    PXE-MOF-Exiting PXE ROM

    Reboot and select proper boot device or insert boot media in selected boot device and press a key.

    I am using a Dell Inspiron N5010 with windows 7 OS.

    My BIOS boot priority:
    1st boot Hard Drive
    2nd boot cd/dvd/cd-rw drive
    3rd boot USB storage
    4th boot Diskette drive
    5th boot eSATA
    6th boot Network

    Please help. Thanks.



    i have same problemmmmmmm... if you get solution please tell me
  7. Hi All :)

    As SR-71 said, this is an easy one to fix....

    Its JUST a bios setting, Just DISABLE boot from network in BOOT order... its TRYING to boot from network BEFORE hard drive...

    SO disable it or move hard drive to TOP of Boot Order list...

    Nothing complicated...

    All the best Brett :)
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