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It's trying to boot from a LAN or Network. You want it to boot from your hard drive.
Temporary Fix that you will have to change each time you turn on the laptop: Notice the screen when you press the power button, at some point it will tell you the keys to hit to get into the Bios or System Setup and the key to hit to Change the Boot Order. Hit the key to Change the Boot Order and select the Hard Drive
Permanent Fix Notice the screen when it boots up and press the key that allows you to get into the BIOS or System Setup. Tab over to the area that allows you to set the Boot Sequence. Set your Hard Drive as the 1st Boot. The best boot sequence is: 1. CD/DvD Drive First (Just make sure nothing is in the drive when you boot) 2. Hard Drive 2nd
This indicates a possible memory problem. Reseat the RAM modules and boot up, if OK then the laptop is OK.
If not then :-
If you have two RAM modules, remove both and insert one and boot up, if it is OK then repeat with the other one - this will determine which memory module is faulty.