Hi There, I spilled water (not too much, but that doesn't seem to matter) on my MacBook Pro 13'' two nights ago. My response was to immediately turn the laptop upside down so that any water would drain out; it powered off by itself with the screen going black, which worried me. I live in the desert so decided to leave my macbook turned upside down and set atop a towel in an unairconditioned room for two days to bake, so to speak (no moisture in the air here and temperature range is 70-105). I then attempted to power it up, at which point it made single, continuous beeping noises at five second intervals. No other signs. In order to stop the beeping, I had to hold down the power key so as to shut down the system. The only other thing I've noticed is that the power indicator lights along the left side don't seem to work. One of the lights was initially flashing on occasion after the spill, but now there is nothing. Any ideas? I surmise from reading through threads that the problem may relate to a corrupted or dislodged memory stick, or else the logic board has been damaged. I am not near an Apple store, so I'm really left to my own devices for now. Thanks for your input.