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Sorry but Unfortunately Hard drives (HDD) are very susceptible to physical shocks and can be damaged that way. It may be possible to take it to a repair center to see if they can salvage some of you data but their are no guarantees.
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Your laptop is trying to boot via LAN(network). Possible the HDD is not being detected by your system that is why it could not boot to windows. Try to boot up without the ethernet (your internet cable) connected to it and see if it works. If not, you may have a bad HDD.
Save your self a lot of reading, do this first.
Check in BIOS rom for start up sequence and check if there is an
asterist (!) in front of the hdd. If there is, it’s disabled. Select
the hdd and press shift key plus “1′ This removes the ! and you can
then use the hdd to re-format or….