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As I'm sure you are now aware , electronics and water do not mix. That said, Remove ALL power IMMEDIATELY if you get water in /on a laptop. If the power is removed , battery, AC, you can try and dry out the spill, otherwise the damage is done. How much damage I can't say, only a qualified computer tech can ascertain that.
go to control panel, mouse &pointing devices check advavced settings if all are ok go to system, hardware, device manager,mice & other pointing devices check that there no conflicts click on troubleshoot if you still have a problem buy a corded or cordless mouse that will connect to usb
Sounds like a short to me...you probably missed some liquid as it does not take much...go thru the process again. I know thats not what you wanted to hear...but liquid on those things is a nightmare and you just never know where some of it went. A complete drying is in order...if it was a sticky liquid like soda....even when "dry" it can still short it out. If it was water...double check you got all the water...then let it sit out for a day.
nothing much you can do at this point. appearanly the printed ckt under neath the keyboard has a short.
did you spill some thing on the key board before???
try to see if there is something stuck under neath the keys.
other than that you need ot replace the keyboard.