My 7 year old was trying to play Lego Star Wars on my computer last night. He told me he couldn't get the game controller plugged into the front USB. I was making dinner at the time so I told him to do something else if he couldn't get it working and I'd check on it later. So a bit later I go and try to see what the problem is. My oldest son has his Ipod plugged into the keyboard USB but it isn't charging. I try to plug it into a front slot an nothing. I shut down the computer and then it decides it won't start... The light keeps flashing on the power button as well as the light is flashing on the back ethernet port (which I don't use, it's set up for wireless) there is also a green light on what looks to be the motherboard that is on inside the case. I haven't taken it apart yet. I ask my son again what the problem was and he says that he couldn't get it plugged in to the front USB. He kept trying but it wouldn't go in. And it made some "snapping" sounds.... I took a much closer look at the USB front port and it is rather crunched up. It's pretty obvious he was trying to force it in the wrong way. I'm afraid he crossed some contacts or something and shorted something out. He's only 7 and I really am trying hard to not kill him. But of course I should have helped him in the first place but he's done it OK before so I though it would be fine... Anyone have any idea how truly screwed I may be?