Turn the computer off immediately and unplug it from the wall or surge protector. With a screwdriver, open up any panels on the bottom or side of the computer or laptop. Laptops often use special screwdrivers. Contact us for assistance. Do not touch internal parts. Let it dry. This is key. To speed up this process, use a fan. Do not power it back on until you can verify all liquid has dried. As a result, it will fry the components. After verification, attempt to power on. Hopefully it works!

When following these steps, you lessen the chance you have replace parts and can make it easier to repair instead of having a total loss. Another thing to note, a proper backup is great to have in this situation as it allows more flexibility for your options.