Unable to restore my machine

Hello Evryone.

Sorry for the English because I'm not good with her...

So I recover my HDD with toshiba recovery dvd... Evrything was ok I think?

Now when I put the dvd in drive specifications does not... Everything I see I have black screen.

I have the same problem when I try to enter the bios setup. also the black screen...

Can someone help me please? I don't know what to do and have no money to go to the service...

Thank you very much.

Try to remove the battery from the laptop and unplug the AC.
Wait about 20 min and then connect everything again.
If the portable fuel I think there must be a hardware problem, and in this case, the technician should be contacted.

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