How to fix "Network Path Not Found" or "PXE Error" Appears before HP Computer Starts?
Sometime, you might encounter errors during the startup of your HP computer, that appears as an error
message “Network Path Not Found” or “An error message referencing PXE”. There are multiple reasons
behind the occurrence of this problem but one of the major causes for this error might be your
computer is attempting boot from an incorrect or unavailable network source. There are some quite fair
solutions to fix such troublesome situation; also you can take good guidance from the experts via HP
Support Contact Number.
Find out some of the best methods through which you can fix the error quickly on your own-
When connecting to a corporate network:
If your HP computer is connected to a corporate workstation, then you are required to contact network
administrator or the IT department to resolve the errors.
When connecting to a personal network:
If your HP computer is connected to a personal network, then you must follow the steps given below in
order to reset the BIOS Setup boot options.
First of all, you need to turn on your HP computer and then quickly press “Esc” key in order to
display the “Startup Menu”. After this, you have to press the F10 key to access the BIOS Setup.
In the next step, use your keyboard's arrow keys in order to highlight Storage from the top
menu, then highlight Boot order and press Enter.
Then you have to modify the boot order, therefore the internal hard drive must be the prior
option. Here, you can also select to disable network boot entirely.
In the end, you need to save the changes and then restart the computer.
For more help and information, connect us via HP Support Phone Number +1-877-645-7494 helpline
number. Our service is a platform where you can easily find all kind of guidance according to your
requirements for HP computer. We are one of the leading customer services that deliver the quick and
high-quality assistance to ease the problems of the customers.