I'm sorry, I don't have time to look through the forums to see if this has already been posted, so please bear with me if this has been asked before (I'm on a trip, no real internet access). I'm trying to reinstall OS X (Panther) on my G3 Powerbook now that I got a new hard drive for it, but after going through the first CD of installation, it'll boot up and go straight back to the first install point, not ask for the second CD. I can't seem to finish the OS X install! So, I've installed OS X on the old drive fine, I don't know why it's doing this. I had to put the drive in "slave" mode for the computer to allow me to even do an OS X install on it, could this be a reason for the problem? WIthout jumpers on it, in master mode, it told me OS X couldn't be installed. Oh, also, if I go thorugh the install again after the first CD doesn't ask for the second, it tells me it's going to "upgrade" the old install, but just goes ahead and reeaaaalllly slowly installs the system again. Anyways, any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks! Edit: Pb Specs in sig. It's a Lombard, should natively support 10.3.