Operating system not found?!
I have Ubuntu Linux on my laptop. Not a fancy one, but a Gateway our school got rid of when they bought IPads for the teachers.
Now, I am good on Windows, little knowledge of Linux. It hung the other day for several minutes, so I just shut it down, left it a few minutes, then restarted. Now I get this message:
PXE-E62: Media test failure, check cable
PXE-MOF: Exiting Intel Boot Gent.
Operating system not found.
Confused doesn't begin to explain what I am right now. I assumed that the simplest thing to do would be to reinstall it. When I try that, it tells me that I don't have enough disk space.
When I start it up, I press F10 to go to the boot menu.
I have a CD-Rom to install it. It asks me if I want to setup from CD, I click yes...and I get the same stinkin' message as above.
Can someone help me thru this before I pull out my lovely blonde hair? And please, use little words. Like I said, I am considered a power user on Windows, but wanted Linux on the laptop......