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I just finished working on a pcv-w510g and in my case it seems some liquid was dropped on it, and the chip is messed up. (i saw this when i opened it).
you can try to:
Plug in another keyboard and type in the password.
Try to acess the bios and disable stop on keyboard errors.
Or open the keyboard and unplug it compleatly if it helps.
Or take out the HDD and put it in an external enclosure or in another pc to get the data off.