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Problem w/Toshiba laptop

I am asking for my friend. Apparently, he opened a bad email, then opened another window and began typing in the search bar, when his computer froze. He has tried wiping and rebooting the hard drive - no luck. He tried using F8 - no luck.
Now, the computer powers up but there is no blue screen/won't do anything.

Do you have any suggestions for him?

Thank you!

He did not give me the model number and he is unreachable at this time.

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