Hello, Ok, I have a Toshia Satellite P755-S5381 (just purchased in December as a Christmas gift). I tried to boot up yesterday and it would not; all I get is a black screen with the following error message: PXE-E61: Media test failure, check cable PXE-M0F: Exiting PXE ROM. Reboot and Select proper Boot device or Insert Boot Media in selected Boot device and press a key Pressing a key does nothing but bring that error message up. When I try booting up and holding F2 to check BIOS, it shows the HDD/SSD as "Not Present." (And yes, the hard drive has not been removed.) I checked the boot order and HDD/SSD is still first. I never have, nor do I now, detected a burning smell or excessive heat or anything of that sort since the error message came up nor when I attempt to boot it up now. Since this error message came up, my laptop also makes a constant clicking noise as its running. I have googled stuff to see if there's an in-house solution, but what I'm finding isn't a good sign. I figured I should check and see if someone who knows more than I can think of something I'm not aware of before I have to take it in to a repair specialist and see if it can be salvaged?