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Windows XP Restarting Issues

I have windows XP..and a couple months ago I started to have spyware problems and couple viruses..but I think I fixed that with Mcafee Virus scan and some spyware programs.  Now everytime I restart my computer ..right about when the computer shuts down and starts again.. a black screen comes up that says
" Intel Boot Agent FE V4.1.10
   Intel Corporation
  Intel (R) Boot Agent PXE Base Code
    Client Mac ADDR
     TFTP Open Time out
after I press escape it says..."Network Boot Cancelled"

I have to press escape to exit this screen ...then it starts up normally. but  this screen always comes up after I restart. How should I get rid of this issue..
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Irwin SantosComputer Integration SpecialistCommented:
go into the BIOS and disable this from your BOOT sequence
noel2xtremeAuthor Commented:
thanks for the reply but how do you get into the BIOS and disable it?
Irwin SantosComputer Integration SpecialistCommented:
when you start your machine...press F12 or F2, the BIOS setup screen should appear. locate the BOOT seqence menu and just make sure you disable "Boot from Network / Intel NEt/ OR similar"
Mohammed HamadaSenior IT ConsultantCommented:
Or you can set the BIOS settings to default in case you didn't find the Boot sequence that Irwinpks has indicated to.
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