It appears that it cannot find your installation.
If you have access to another computer and a flash drive you can create a flash drive to boot and install windows again.
Check your product key for your specific version( should be on the bottom of your labtop)
You'll need a 32bit ISO for your version of windows.
You can get Yumi herehttp://www.pendrivel...UMI-188.8.131.52.exe
Once you have the ISO, Yumi and a flash drive
Insert the flash drive, back up any import files that may be stored on it.
Near the top there should be a drop down window that let's you select the target, select your flash drive. (If it doesn't show up, check "my computer" for which drive it is and click the "show all" in Yumi and select your flash drive)
After you have selected the target(flash drive) there is a way to select what you're installing. Select the OS, then you select the ISO from your files. The create button should no longer be faded. Click it and wait for the process to complete.
After that you may need to enable booting from a USB in your bios settings, it's not too difficult.
Turn on the device and mash f10 until you see your bios menu
Follow instructions here, set it the boot usb first.http://support.hp.co...ument/c00364979
Save and quit
Then after that insert USB and restart the machine.
It should boot from the USB and allow you to install your OS, just like if it was from a disc.
After you have installed your OS and everything works you can set your boot order back, otherwise it may get annoying if you leave your USB plugged in.
If anything is unclear or you get stuck, let us know.
Edited by OpenSourcerer, 20 February 2015 - 08:49 AM.