Well, I know everybody doesn't get a question like this everyday. Friday was my last day of school, and my school was going to take some old Macs to the dump. Well I offered to take them. Anyways, the computers I got were a Macintosh SE, Macintosh SE/30 (two of them), Preforma 400, and a Macintosh LC III. All of the computers work perfectly. I decided that I was going to update all the OSs on the them, so I first start out with one of the SE/30s. I go to this to downlaod System 7.5. I unzip the first file, and copy the contents of the the disk image to a floppy disk. I take the floppy and put it into the SE, I start to install, and the computer eventually asks me for disk 2. So I get another floppy copy the contents of the second disk image to the new floppy, they put that in the Mac. It spits it out. After some searching on the internet, I just decide to restart it. When it boots up, I get the image of a floppy with a question mark on it. Crap. No here's where I don't know what to do. The Questions: (feel free to PM or reply me) 1) How do I get rid of the binking question mark? 2) I've heard you can download System 7 from Apple.com. Where can I find System 7? 3) I've heard of some people installing FreeBSD on SE/30s, how do I do that? I would prefer to do this, but if nobody knows how System 7 is fine. Macintosh SE/30 8 MB of RAM Original OS: 7.5 80 MB HD BTW, this machine was working perfictly in 7.5 untill I screwed with it.