I've seen that before. Usually its like Fitz said and if you remove it from the boot order it goes away. Sometimes you have to configure it not to run. The configuration command is different for every board but for mine it was ctrl+shift+F10 at the initial detecting ide drives screen.
It's the boot order. Usually right when you start your computer, you have the option for Bios settings. And in there should be a boot menu. Change it from Network, to Local Drive or C: depending on the boot settings.
I do NOT like the head ??? over at re[T]ardOCP in any way, shape, form, nor fashion. (I'm a little closer to it than you are. ) I'd love to settle our differences man to man but if the two of us ever met up at the same place I'd be the only man there.