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  1. #1
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    Fixed...

    Seems as if my new computer's SSD just crapped out. I'm starting the computer and looking through the boot menu. Instead of the P1: M4-CT512 SSD showing, I'm getting this:

    Realtek PXE B03 D00

    AAAAAAAAAAAAAAARGHHH =(

    What to do?

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    EDIT: I fixed it. User error. All is well and good.
    Last edited by IntoFlow; November 17th, 2012 at 08:43 AM.

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    Re: M4 SSD just died? (gazp8)

    Boot a live cd
    What do you see
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  3. #3
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    Re: M4 SSD just died? (gazp8)

    I ended up fixing it somehow... I went into the boot menu and messed around with it and all of a sudden the 512GB drive that Ubuntu is on popped back up but it wasn't set as the priority boot. Instead, the priority was set to "Realtek PXE B03 D00" which doesn't allow the system to boot up.

    Weird.

    So far I'm unable to set the 512GB to be the default at startup. I have to manually go into the boot menu and make that happen...

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    Re: Fixed...

    You should be able to change the boot order/priority in the BIOS
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    Re: Fixed...

    Yup, got the hang of that one. It's simpler than I thought.

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