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Spilled liquid on Laptop oof

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by pinkiller, Jun 12, 2019.

  1. pinkiller

    pinkiller Thread Starter

    Jun 12, 2019
    Hello, about 7 months ago in December 2018, I spilled some vodka on my MSI GT62VR 7RD, I don't remember much but what I do remember is that the spilling was a little in the right click touch pad button, and around the arrow keys, mostly underneath them.
    And I wanted to ask, if there is anything important that liquid could damage underneath those places.
    also my GT62VR sometimes on startup, showed the MSI logo and then instead of going to the home screen on windows, it just turns black and I have to restart for it to work, and after restart it all seems to be fine.
    I'm asking this because of insurance, and I want to understand if there is any relation to the black screen problem and the spilling.
    Thank you. (y)
  2. Oddba11


    May 12, 2011
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    The entire inside of a laptop is the motherboard and associated other hardware. So yes, there was something "important" under that area.

    The black screen is just an indication that the PC isn't booting properly. It may or may not be related.
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