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It is probably ruined especially if you tried to turn it on before it was completely dry. Let it dry for several days and try again. If it doesn't give the post screen and you cannot get to the BIOS, then it is history I'm afraid.
There could be a lot of unrepairable damage not only to the motherboard but the disk drive. Sorry for your problem.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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