I bought a brand new 15" MacBook Pro. I went through the complete setup, then used my time capsule to move the data from my old MacBook, to my new one. But I soon discovered that I had too much data on my only MacBook and it wouldn't all fit on the new computer's drive. So, I cleaned house on my old computer, re-saved it with time capsule, hoping to put the newly streamlined data onto my new computer. But the new computer still had much of the old stuff. I figured I'd try to clear it off first. So I read some stuff online about how to get back to factory settings, but instead, I accidentally wiped the whole hard drive. When I turn on the power, I get a flashing folder with a question mark. After doing some reading online, I powered it off, held down control-R and turned it back on. It went into "Internet Recovery" mode. I put in my wireless network's password, and it started to work (a small spinning circle). After a few minutes, it stopped and gave me an exclamation point with the message, "apple.com/support -2002F". I've tried it a couple of times, but it keeps coming back to the same error message. Any advice would be appreciated. Thank you.