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Hi all, I'm going nuts with my laptop. I installed gparted, backed up my fil, and then let gparted do its thing. I then went to reinstall Ubuntu with a disc but I keep getting the following messages: "xhecking media [fail]. No boot device found. Press any key to continue". I go into bios and my harddrive is there but I don't see any options to boot from my disc. Any suggestions are most welcome.

Also, I get the following (see image) if I try the legacy boot route.

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    This shows that your computer is trying to boot from the network. Go into the BIOS and disable PXE (network) booting. Read More

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This shows that your computer is trying to boot from the network. Go into the BIOS and disable PXE (network) booting.

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Ive entered from legacy boot CD/DVD/CD-RW Drive but it's still try to boot using the network.

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Ive set the boot sequence to start with the cd... but to no avail. So frustrated by the heap right noe.

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I found the disable PXE option in BIOS and I'm now reinstalled and up and running.

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