Satellite L305D fails to recover with recovery disks

It gets to the point where I guess it's almost over... It's the first time I had to recover my computer, but I had to replace the hard drive that is entered into the computer once already by Toshiba.

But in the end he comes up with the ERROR: 10-FA12 - 045D I searched this site for the error and nothing found... If someone could suggest something I can do to recover my work laptop it would be much appreciated...

I also already wiped all of the computer the first time it is come with this error and then retried the recovery disks.

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I never heard of this error too.
When you get this error exactly?

If you don't l t have this error before, your new HARD drive could be faulty. By controlling the Hitachi Drive Fitness Test
http://www.HitachiGST.com/HDD/support/download.htm#DFT

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