Posted 29 June 2007 - 06:19 AM
Power failures are rarely simple events and may have power surges that accompany it. Did you have a surge protector connected to the computer when the power went out? If not, then there's a chance that the power event may have caused some damage to the system. Trying the repair/reinstallation of XP should let you know where the problems lie (if it works, then it's just the software, if it doesn't then there may be hardware issues).
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