This link will show how to remove the keyboard but i must stress I DO NOT RECOMMEND this inless you are experienced. There is a lot of stuff that can go wrong. So please be careful. And no more soda around the computer huh :}
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Liquid damage is usually fatal. It maybe that the beeping sound is a keyboard key that is stuck on. It sounds that, at the very least, you will need the keyboard replacing, but I wouldn't like to say that was all. Don't get your hopes up!
First of all check the keys carefully to see that no key is depressed(especially Function and Toggle keys) ok. Drag your pc to Safe Mode by pressing F8 key before it boots to Windows. Allow to stabilize on the desktop and try the keys again. If it doesn't work properly here, then I'm afraid it has to be taken to the specialist. Good luck.
Um the sounds would be the coke sticking to your keys i imagine, if you have any idea how, take the keyboard out and on a cloth spray some household bench cleaner and wipe over keyboard. Dont spray directly on the keyboard. If this fails, replace the keyboard. If you dont know how to, or you are afraid you may damage it, take it to a local IT tech to do all the cleaning for you
It is likely the only problem is that the soda is causing the keys to stick. There is probably no damage to any other internal components. Usually, laptop keyboards have a metal-based frame/tray that will protect the internal components from minor spills.
If you want to get rid of the cracking sound, you'll need to purchase a replacement keyboard from the laptop manufacturer or another source such as eBay, and then remove the sticky keyboard and replace it with the newly purchased one.
If you haven?t done so already pull the battery and unplug the AC power converter. Chances are good that the damage is already done; however, there is a chance that after a good cleaning and all liquid is completely removed it may still work. The problems that have to be dealt with is that the soda ingredients are great electrical conductors plus the sugar will gum up the keyboard and other moveable components.
What needs to be done is the keyboard needs to be removed, cleaned out and thoroughly dried out. If you can get the soda out before it dries then you?re in good shape. If not the keys will be sticky and pretty much unusable. You can try blowing it out with compressed air, Q-tips, paper towels, ect.
After removing and dealing with the keyboard the next step is to determine if any of the liquid has dripped down into the lower part of the laptop. If it has then you?ll have to go through the same process. You have to ensure all of the liquid is removed from all moving parts and electrical boards and components. Remember if you don?t get everything you?ll risk the real possibility of gummed up parts or electrical shorts.
Lastly if the laptop despite your best efforts will still not work chances are good that the data on the hard drive can still be recovered.
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