IP 192.168.0.86.1540 > Sandra-PC.69: 44 RRQ "wdr4300v1_tp_recovery.bin" octet timeout 5
That's your bricked router! It's alive! It's on IP address 192.168.0.86 connecting from port 1540 (isn't that right?).
It's trying to connect to the tftp port (69) on your PC to request a file named wdr4300v1_tp_recovery.bin, but it's failing with a timeout.
1.) Have you set your laptop Ethernet IP address to 192.168.0.66? I think you have because, if I understand, it wouldn't request the file with that name unless it found that exact IP address. In other words, the static IP address of the router is always 192.168.0.86 and your laptop's static IP address must always be 192.168.0.66.
2.) Have you downloaded and installed a TFTP server program like tftpd32 or tftpd64? You need to download and install such a server, then put the firmware file to restore in the folder where the TFTP server is installed (its root directory). The file needs to be renamed to wdr4300v1_tp_recovery.bin. Then start the TFTP server program on your laptop.
3.) Then fire up the router the same way you did to get this screen dump which you just posted. It will take a little while to upload the firmware, flash it, reinitialize and zero out NVRAM, then reboot. This may take 3 or 4 or 5 minutes. Please be patient..
Once it reboots it should have the stock firmware on it that you uploaded. If you go to the device's webpage (either 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1) and don't see this restored firmware, be sure to clear your browser's cache completely. Sometimes stuff is left over and doesn't show you the real router webpage.
Again, HTH. Seeing these requests means you should be able to succeed