Hi everyone, new to here , long time lurker I have a 2010 MBP 15.4 inch ,2.4 ghz 4gb ram, 320 GB hdd A minor water spill on the keyboard was dried,and worked fine.About a month later,the macbook began a rebooting loop. Pressing the power button didn`t always work. I found that by disconnecting the ribbon cable to the keyboard,the machine booted fine,mouse and trackpad all good.As soon as i reconnected the keyboard,a message asking if I was sure i wanted to shut down,restart,cancel or sleep the computer, would continually pop up. Fresh install of Snow Leopard 10.6.8 Sounds like there is a short in the circuitry of the keyboard, specifically related to the power button.As mentioned the unit boots perfect without the keyboard connected. I do not have a USB keyboard available. The logic board is clean , free of corrosion or stains. Removed the keyboard (it`s a unibody) all 71 screws- a few had rust on them. I have ordered a keyboard hoping that it is just a keyboard problem. Has anyone else had something similar happen , or if anyone could chime in their opinions that would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!