Ok, so I spilt water on my Macbook. Probably the stupidest thing I have ever done, but its happened now so that's besides the point. I immediately turned it off and removed the battery. There was water in the battery compartment which was a tad worrying! I mopped up the excess water, then I took off the keyboard/upper case bit to dry up the water. I used a hairdryer and some cotton buds to get in all the nooks and crannies. After leaving it to dry for ages, I put the battery back in the tried to turn it on. What happens is it plays the booting sound for about half a second, then restarts, and does the same thing over and over again. To get around this I figured if I pressed the power button once to turn it on, then as the booting sound played I held down the button until the screen came on, it would boot up. However, the fan is constantly at a high speed. smcFanControl tells me the fan speed is apparently "000 rpm" :S Also my battery is not being recognised with a black "x" through the battery icon. iStat Nano says there are no fans detected, and also that it cannot retreive battery information. When I plug in my Magsafe, there is no light, neither green nor orange. I also get random prompts to shut down, with the "Are you sure you want to shut down?" window popping up all the time. When I do shut down, it sometimes restarts and restarts as described earlier. If I finally manage to get it shut down, it sometimes turns on itself when I remove the power supply, and also if I have removed the battery, it turns itself on when I put it back in. I know there's something seriously wrong with my macbook, I was just wondering if you guys have any ideas at all before I probably end up paying a hefty repair bill or even for a new macbook. (Aluminium? ) Thanks.