If I were you, I'd call the number here and ask HMRC for the information you need. At the very least, you will have to go through a security check to ensure that you were associated with the company by telling HMRC who you are, what your relationship to the company was, its business or registered office address and its tax reference number (UTR). When you ask HMRC to delve into history, albeit only five years ago, more often than not you don't get what you want. HMRC may ask you to write to them and if they need to, they will do an archive search. They will ask why you want to know.
When a company is dissolved, HMRC seem to lose interest very quickly these days, not least because they don't have the staffing levels they used to. If there was corporation tax unpaid, they would have made an effort to get it paid but as I don't know what was going on with this company five years ago and how easily a director or representative could be contacted, its impossible to say how much effort was made. You appear not to remember what went on and if you tell HMRC that, they might just say that its water under the bridge and they have no record of an outstanding tax liability for the company.
If the company had an accountant, its name may still be on that firm's HMRC client list and they may be able to look up past accounting periods for you to see what tax if any was paid. That's a long shot but worth a try.
I hope this helps but let me know if you have any further questions.