My laptop, a Lenovo T420 which uses Windows 10, suddenly started to get this error. I have scoured forums, Google, and various videos on YouTube for a solution. I messed with my BIOS Boot settings, and also reset BIOS configuration to default. . . But to no avail.
I have an Intel SSD 320 Series 160GB that gets the error. It's not physically broken, and my laptop detects the SSD when I boot it, but the error still occurs. I thought it was the SATA connection that was broken, but I took apart my laptop, looked at the motherboard, and it looked physically alright. I tried putting the SSD in another laptop which uses its default HDD, and I get PXE-M0F error (which is practically the same).
I promise that I read this and followed the instructions.
I don't understand. It was just working. Both of my laptops detect it when it turns on. I even re-seat the SSD multiple times after the error occured. But it just won't work. I can't get into Windows. I have everything in there. I need help please.
I have been informed about this issue already being handled privately via web-ticket by one of my colleagues.
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