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gilll11

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i spilled some water on it an now it is crazy (the rest of the computer works fine though) what should i do? (it is about a year old ,hp)

Edited by gilll11, 18 September 2007 - 04:20 PM.

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Do not turn the computer on until it is completly dry. As long as it drys out before it is powered up it will be fine. Otherwise it will probably be permantly damaged.
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ok i did that and my computer did not short out or any thing,but my keyboard is acting crazy(replacing an A with a + and so on) does any one know how to fix it?
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Someone may have a solution but for now use an external keyboard.
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