Above error appears after attempts to restart, full power cutoff then results in a normal boot.  There is no keyboard or mouse on this unit, it is a touch screen.

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Got onsite, found the BIOS to boot from HDD as 2nd choice, first was a network drive (it is seen as a mapped drive, used for scanning only) 3rd was an empty USB hub/ports. Removed all unecessary devices from boot priority and problem went away.
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A lot of the printers use a linux and you may not be loading that or someone changed the startup of the printer to BootP. 

We have had issues with Xerox's if they see a pxe boot configuration on their subnet they try to boot that way and go nowhere, we had to create a separate vlan for them without PXE configs setup in the dhcp for that vlan. 

Answered 04/04/2013 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • It is Windows XPe. We have Linux on our Xeroxes and they are never a problem, save the occasional boot spew corruption, edit that once in a blue moon.
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The error message means:

The system does not find the boot media and tries to boot from PXE server. As you don't have a PXE server in your network or it is not correctly configured, you will run into this issue.

I suggest to contact the vendor of the printer for further help.

Answered 04/04/2013 by: Nico_K
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  • Got onsite, found the BIOS to boot from HDD as 2nd choice, first was a network drive (it is seen as a mapped drive, used for scanning only) 3rd was an empty USB hub/ports. Removed all unecessary devices from boot priority and problem went away.
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