Which MBP do you have? Did you just press the "S" or "V" keys on restart or did you press both the "Command" + "S or V" keys together? Macs that came with OSX 10.6.x or earlier versions came with Install DVDs, OSX 10.7.x and 10.8.x didn't. You can ask Apple for a set of discs for a fee or download 10.7 or 10.8 and create a bootable DVD where you can use the installer's special recovery and restore features.
If you have another Mac handy you could also boot your Mac into Target Disk Mode and run the other Mac's Disk Utility Repair Disk feature.
MBP A1150, No , I did it separately one at each time + cmd, How can I determine which Version of maca should I get, I don't have other than this.
Apple still sells OSX 10.6 online for $19.99, the latest OSX your Mac can run. 10.4 Tiger was the OS that your Mac originally came with.
Pressing the command + s or v keys at the same time before the startup sound is how it's done.
I can't do the Target disk mode !
Because you don't have access to another Mac or your Macs HDD didn't show up on the other Macs Desktop?
If you can afford it, I would suggest you get Diskwarrior.
Edited by Buddyme2, 18 February 2013 - 02:50 PM.