Spilled On My PC

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I built my own PC and have used it for about a year now. I have had a blast playing my favorite games up until I spilled apple juice on my computer. It wasn't that much, and I cleaned it up fairly quickly. This happened about 3 months ago and ever since that incident happened, whenever I play my games the screen will change into a different color, then the game will crash. It will say Program.exe has stopped working correctly or something like that. This happened at least once everyday and totally ruined my experience. However, I was able to deal with it, even though it was really annoying but now it is happening like 3-5 times a day and I'm sick of it. What I think is happening is that there is some residue from the apple juice that keeps shorting out one of my components, but I'm not entirely sure. I hope someone out there can tell me what is wrong and how to fix it. Thank you.
 

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So the app/game will crash, but Windows keeps running?

Hardware specs would be helpful.

You can verify the Windows core files with sfc /scannow > https://support.microsoft.com/en-us...er-tool-to-repair-missing-or-corrupted-system

Ensure Windows is fully patched. Ensure all of the system/motherboard drivers are up to date. Ensure the video drivers are up to date.

Any hardware listed in Device Manager with any errors (ie: yellow or red symbols)?
 
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