Satellite C50-B-13N - error "Reboot and select good boot device."

Hi all

My laptop recently bought C50-B-13N moving 39 updates yesterday, when it crashed.

Get back with me stuck in a loop continuous. After what seemed like the logical approach to reset to factory settings, I have
seem to have accidentally deleted the data on the disk.

I have now repeatedly received the error message "Reboot and select proper boot device."

I tried the F12 approach to , but my Start Menu does not have this option.

I'm frustrated that the new laptop played if bad, given that I have had Toshiba devices for about 10 years.
In addition, I am disappointed that potentially serious consequences to remove the drive were clearly deprecated for me, before you start.

Please give us a solution.
The laptop is 4 months old.

In addition, how can I start the process of an application under my warranty?
A dissatisfied customer of experience to date.

Kind regards

CGI

I seem to have accidentally deleted the data on the disk.

Obviously the HARD drive recovery procedure is not possible now because the HARD drive recovery files have been deleted.

I guess you have not created such recovery media as recommended in the user's manual.

Well, in this case, you have a chance to order a missing middle of recovery and recover the laptop to factory condition.

Means of recovery can be ordered here:
http://backupmedia.Toshiba.EU/landing.aspx

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