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Macbook air reset

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So, I bought this MacBook a1466(emc2925) that had a password lock. I thought it was going to be no hassle factory resetting it. Well,i was having problems. I tried a couple things out and nothing. Then somewhere in a forum I read to press shift/cntrl/option/power for ten seconds. So I did so, and now when the laptop boots, it has a black folder with a question mark inside of it. I tried command/r and I get a -2003f message. What do I do
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Internet Recovery error.  Probably no access to the Internet especially if it only has wireless and doesn't know the password for any WiFi networks.


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