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You can do all or one of the following:
1. De fragment the hard drive.
2. Upgrade the RAM.
3. Do a factory restore - this will totally remove the virus, but you need to backup all your important files before performing.
4. The least recommendation - remove or uninstall unnecessary programs.
if you have the resources, check the hard drive for consistency (i.e. take it out and have it checked for bad sectors). if it checks out good, with the computer turned off, take out the RAM (memory) and reseat it. One of these 2 solutions should fix your problem. GOOD LUCK!
The Compac Presario 5000 series have between 2 and 4 USB 1.1 Ports. Note here that the ports are version 1.1, which is considerably slower that version 2.0. USB 1.1: 12 MBits/second USB 2.0: 480 MBits/second
Aside form the speed, they are both compatible with your computer.
If you have any more questions, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.
Well from what you have explained to me it sounds like what happened when you lost power is that it fried your power supply so what you need to do is buy a new one and that will fix that issue however it might have also fried your hard drive as well but you won't know until you boot up your computer again.