Satellite L300-20W - "error loading operating system"

When I turn on my laptop, the Toshiba screen charge then it will a blank black screen with a white underscore flashing in the upper left.

A few seconds later this message appears in the upper left corner "error loading operating system" I watched v online on how to solve this problem, but all that happens is complicated jargon.
Anyone know how I can remedy this in simple terms?
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Hello

I can't say with certainty what may be the problem but maybe HDD (hard drive) is a troublemaker.

Start your laptop and press F2 to enter the BIOS settings. Check if the HARD drive is recognized and registered properly on the page. Load the settings by default using F10, then restart your laptop.

The same thing happens again?

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