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Google has recently released a new OS update which has made Bluetooth keyboards nonfunctional with any tablet running Android 4.3. A new patch for the operating system should be released from Google soon, which will restore Bluetooth keyboard functionality. At this time we strongly discourage updating your OS if you intend to use a Bluetooth keyboard with your Android tablet.
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It depends on how damaged the keyboard is. Electronics get very touchy about such things. If you let it dry it may work, but there may be some circuitry damage. You may need to seek professional repair if the board doesn't start working. Also, you could get a new keyboard for it and install it yourself. Until you do this go get a desktop keyboard and that should get you by. Keep an eye out for other problems, the coffee may have gone deeper into the laptop and may have gotten onto the motherboard. Your files should not be in danger anymore, because it is somewhat hard for liquid to get into a hard drive (unless it causes a surge).
could be a problem with drivers. Try to start windows in safemode. To start in safemode keep pressing F8 imediattly after the laptops starts and will show up a screen, choose safe mode. If in safemode works use system resotre and restore to an earlier time when worked.