Today’s guide is designed to help you when you receive a PXE cable error. PXE (Preboot Execution Environment) errors occur when the BIOS setup program fails to boot from the hard drive or from the web boot environment.
If your computer is essentially a laptop, you won’t be able to open it and check every connection. In this case, we recommend entrusting this task to a qualified repairman.
Unfortunately, this means and also means that in the event of a hard drive failure, data that has not been backed up will also be lost.
PXE-E61 issues are related to Preboot Environment (PXE) supported by some motherboards. PXE is a special boot alert that allows a computer to find and boot a network boot operating system platform instead of a local hard drive.
You often see a PXE-E61 error message on a computer that accidentally tries to boot you from a network device when it actually isn’t there. This is certainly often caused by a misconfigured BIOS location, but can also be caused by a failed hard drive.
PXE-E61 And Related Errors
What is a PXE cable?
PXE (Preboot eXecution Environment) is a boot environment that allows an Intel motherboard to boot from the network instead of from a hard drive hosted on a hard drive. The network cable is not connected to the Intel motherboard.
Here are a few ways buyers might see these errors:
PXE-E61: media check failed, check cable.
PXE-M0F: Disable Intel PXE ROM.
PXE-M0F: Intel boot agent output.
No boot device found. Click the “All” button to restart car.
This is visible when the computer starts, often white text on a black background, and usually with additional text displayed above the error.