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04 Mar 2012  

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1

Well, if it doesn't boot, he may be able to use a boot cd (like a hirems boot disc) and then access the data on the drive and copy it to another medium, so at least the data is saved. Or, he could remove the drive and slave it into another system and see if he can copy the files that way.

Then, I would just do a Toshiba system restore, if his laptop came with it. No doubt he now understands the importance of running a good anti-virus application and/or staying away from sites that can and do serve up viruses.
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