So i just bought a macbook off a friend and they were adamant about me deleting all the files from it. It worked 100% fine before i messed with it. I dont know a whole lot about macbooks but figured it wouldnt be too hard. i went into internet recovery mode and erased the "Macintosh HD" and this was obviously not the right thing to do. from there it would not power up and went straight to a flashing prohibited sign (circle with a line through it.) i took it to apple and one of their "genius'" worked on it for a few minutes but they were about to close so she said it would be $400 to have it fixed. I'm pretty sure all i need to do is reinstall an operating system onto it (came with sierra) by creating a new hard drive to save it to. when i go into internet recovery mode to reinstall OS X it fails at the last second of installing. in disk utility it currently has APPLE SSD SM0128G Media on the internal drive and Apple disk image media as well as OS X Base System on the disk images section. any help would be greatly appreciated as i feel like this is definitely a fixable problem, im just not sure how to go about it.