I'm running OS 9.2.2 on a 1.25GHz (single processor) Mirror-Door G4. It's dual-boot (OS X/9.2.2.) with the default OS as 9.2.2 I have a recurring problem in that every now and again (sometimes several times a day, sometimes days/weeks apart), where the machine will freeze and I need to restart. When the machine reboots, it doesn't recognise any system folder (either OS). I get a flashing folder/question mark in the middle of the screen. The only way I can get the machine to boot up is via the OS X install/restore CD, wait for the installer to load (5 mins!), then quit the installer, select the OS9 system folder at the startup disk, restart and hey presto! I don't need OS X on this machine - all I really use is Quark 4.1, Photoshop 7, Illustrator 9 and other applications that aren't specifically OSX only. The CD has an OS9 install icon on it, but it's an alias with no link - I get a message saying that the original application cannot be found. I've re-installed OSX (although this won't have done any good), run DiskWarrior and the Disk Utility from OSX and taken off the applications I use (including all thier preferences files from the system folder) and re-installed them, and still the problems persist. Is is a 9.2.2 thing? Dazzer!