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Turn off your computer and let it dry out. Leaving the computer running will just cook the liquid and make it stickier. If you ever have a spill again, turn your comp off right away and let it dry out for a good week.
I spilled wine all over an old laptop of mine. Some buttons wouldn't work. I gave it to a friend who asked for it and she says it has worked great for her.
Give your comp a bit of time to dry out. Let it sit in the sun in a window for a week, then try to turn it back on.
If the above doesn't work, ask the guys at your local computer store what you could try to clean it.
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
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