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if you go to "computer" and there is a partition or hard drive showing as "recovery" then you should be able to take your lappy back to its original state.
if not then you will need to format, depending on how old your system is anyway, a format might do some good.
Open the processor area located under your laptop. You can detached and re attached the processor, some sort of lose contact on pins. If same problem occur, your processor may burnt out. pm me email@example.com i will assist you remotely.
if it has a built in wireless adapter make sure 1st of all that the switch is turned on(I have a Tosh Sat too, mine is in the front on the left side) Once done, see if the wireless icon appears in the system tray. I fit doesnt appear cheeck in ctrl panel under network connections to see if it appears there and is not disabled. if not present check in device manager to see if the system sees it, making sure there are no bangs(exclamation points or red x's) on it, if it isn' t there..maybe it dowsn't have built in wireless.
When you get this error, it is because the notebook is trying to boot from a server or from a network, which unfortunately means that your hd took a bath. When you start up your notebook, do you hear the hd spinning up? Do you see the icon on the front of the notebook for the hd light up? If you answer no to both of those questions, you will need a new hard drive.