Coffee on keyboard, now: keep on booting in safe mode.
Hi! As my topic says I've spilled coffee on my MBP 13 early 2011 i7. I know that there's a lot of threads about this and as I have followed the most of them I've come pretty long.
For starters, I shut my computer down, just after the accident, released the battery and laid the computer (with taped inputs) in a bag of rice.
2 days later:
I re-install the battery, put in the power-cable and the computer starts. The keyboard works a little funny for starters, but after a while, it stops working fully.
So I bought an external keyboard, which works perfectly, but there's still some problems.
It seams like the computer only boots in safe-mood, and somehow, the mouse (external) also tricks out in a way that it starts to mark text sometimes. It also seams like "the cmd-button is held in", which means that I sometimes multimark objects when just clicking different objects.
The second problem is that it seams like the computer always boots in safemode, as if the Shift-button is held down.
I have tried to clean both shift-buttons and also went to system preferences where you can see which buttons is held down. Since I'm on an external keyboard, I'm not sure which keyboard this function works for, but it shows that I'm not holding down any buttons.
I hope you understand my problem and I would be so happy if someone could help me with this problem.
Is this a good question?