Some computers will display information similar to the following when they boot
CLIENT MAC ADDR E0 4C B3 FC
Pxe-e51 NO DHCP or PROXYDHCP offers were
Pxe-mof exiting PXE ROM.
There are four kinds of solutions:
One, the establishment of a fixed intranet IP address, Network Neighborhood right key properties-local connection Right key property--tcp/ip property, set up an IP address such as 192.168.0.1
Second, if your network card enabled boot ROM chip boot function, and the network card with a PXE boot chip after the cause. You can solve this:
① if the NIC is integrated on the motherboard, or if the online launcher is written into the BIOS, you can modify the boot sequence of the system from the BIOS settings, such as setting the hard drive first, or preventing the network card from booting the system from the BIOS.
② if the network card is not integrated, you can unplug the boot chip on the NIC or use the NIC Setup program, prohibit the network card bootrom boot function can also shutdown, and then after the boot, when the press
Configure ... ", immediately press" SHIFT+F10 "key combination, after entering the menu, boot from line 4th
The order ROM is set to disable, and then press F4 to save the exit.
Open the Control Panel-> Administrative Tools-> Service and set the "Startup Type" of the DHCP Client service to manual or disabled.
Four, in the CMOS in the network boot function off, I do not know what you are the motherboard, the proposed CMOS reset, the basic can be resolved.
The second method is usually the most effective.