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Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by anitalynnschlechtpco, Feb 12, 2019.

  1. anitalynnschlechtpco

    anitalynnschlechtpco Thread Starter

    Feb 12, 2019
    Hello, my name is Anita, I have an all in one desktop HP
    Device Name DESKTOP-8CTAEVN PROCESSOR AMD E2-7110 APU with AMD Radeon R2 Graphics 1.80 GHz Installed Ram 4.00GB (3.68GB usable)
    Device ID 0348 CD8E-8D84-4ceo-BA76-B6ABFBE1B285
    System Type 64-bit operating system x 64-based processor no pen or touch available
    Windows 10 Home version 1803 Installed on 8/8/2018
    OS build 17134.523
    Manufacturer HP
    When I turn on my PC in the upper left corner it says >>Checking Media Presence......
    then under that it says >>Media present...... under that it says >>Start PXE over IPv6.
    I hit escape and it lets me log on, however when I looked at SECURITY AND MAINTENANCE it says Insert removable media(important) Windows backup needs a cd/dvd or USB drive to continue. Under more info it says Windows backup did not complete successfully. I run Windows 10 Home but its saying Backup and Restore (Windows 7) Location E DVDRW GUDIN. I have put in several USB SCAN Disc devices and even a blank CD but apparently I do not know what I am doing or how to fix this. Please advise me as to what I should do. Thank you so much for your time in this matter.
    Respectfully, Anita Schlecht
  2. plodr


    Jun 27, 2014
    First Name:
    That means it is looking for a networked computer to boot from. In other words, the computer can not boot from the hard drive that is in your all-in-one computer.
    Since your computer is not networked, it can't boot into Windows.

  3. managed

    managed Trusted Advisor Spam Fighter

    May 24, 2003
    First Name:
    You need to change the boot device order in the Bios and put the hard drive first.
    Tell us the model name/number of the HP AIO and we can help you to do it.

    I think you can ignore the stuff about Windows backup, it's just advising you to make one.
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