Well, the other day I got a call about a coffee meets laptop scenario.
Turn off that stuff.
Unplug that stuff
Remove the peripherals and battery.
Open what can be opened.
Let dry!!! Maybe let sit under an incandescent light for at least a day.
Go in and mop up, or clean. Once you are sure that things are not going to be pushed or moved around by you with isopropyl.
So here’s a little video where I open up the machine, and show you some of the things to look for.
Remember, always be safe, read instructions, and don’t try and force things.
Mel Bryce has lived and worked in the Kootenays for over a decade. She takes her coffee black, and still supports Nvidia graphics cards.