Question Spilled Coffee on my PC's keyboard now the whole PC won't work?

daonlynamenottaken

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hello, I spilled coffee on my keyboard as stated, but now the whole pc won't work. I bought a new keyboard but when I try to boot up my pc it goes to a blue screen that's title automatic repair.. "your pc did not start correctly" and no matter what I do I end up back at this screen. I'm very frustrated anything helps, im sure.
 

daonlynamenottaken

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Yes it is a PC thats why im so confused.
Cpu— coffee lake
Gpu - 1060
Ram - 16 gb 3000mhz
Psu - 550 w seasonic
Mobo - msi ultragaming 2.0
Ssd - 860 or somwthing
And not sure 100% but while this was all going down initially, i was trying to turn my comp on and off with the psu switch and when i turned it back on it all i think there mightve been a big light flick inside my tower
 

everseeker

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"...i think there mightve been a big light flick inside my tower..."
Oh dear lord that's not good
  1. a Genie is trying to materialize in your case
  2. Your PSU just shuffled off this mortal coil
Pick one...
 

hang-the-9

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And not sure 100% but while this was all going down initially, i was trying to turn my comp on and off with the psu switch and when i turned it back on it all i think there mightve been a big light flick inside my tower
The keyboard has nothing to do with this, if you use the power switch to shut off the system without a proper shutdown it can cause issues with the file system or even damage the hard drive, especially if it's a platter drive.

That light flicker is also not good, but again nothing to do with the keyboard.

I'd grab another hard drive, and do a clean Windows setup on that see if things work on that.
 
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