sony XQD reader preventing Windows from booting
Just an alert. I was having problems with the computer detecting the Sony MRW-E80 XQD card reader and having to unplug it and plug it in again to have it found by the OS. Today when I tried to boot the computer I got this message:
PXE-EC8: !PXE structure was not found in UNDI driver code segment.
PXE-M0F: Exiting Intel Boot Agent
It was a new one for me but I decided to remove the Sony USB XQD card reader and at after doing that the computer booted with no problems. Turns out that Intel has created code so that a computer can boot from the network and does not need an internal drive. Problem is that the Intel code is flawed along with the Windows kernel design and so a USB driver can disable the boot process (or crash the operating system and generate the Bill Gate Blue Screen of Death).
Now I will not leave the Sony card reader attached to a computer. No such problems to date with the Lexar card readers but will be looking for a replacement for the Sony MRW-E80 card reader.
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