Hello allI've got a stumper for you! The story is this: I've been wanting to get 10.5 for a while now but never had the cash to do so. But, a friend of mine got a family pack and was willing to let me have one of his installs. Since I was a long way away (me in uk, him in usa) he FTPed a disk image to me to install off of. I installed by restoring the leopard disk image to my external hard drive and then selecting it as the startup disk. I did this and installed 10.5 perfectly. Then, on the restart, I experienced the dreaded blue screen. Now, I can't boot from the install disk b/c I don't have an actual disk. I can't even boot from 10.4 disks because I left those in the USA. Most solutions to this problem have involved using target disk mode or another startup command sequence. The trouble I am having is that my cpu (intel iMac with aluminum keyboard) isn't detecting startup commands. I have disconnected everything (plug replug, etc.) and now the only thing plugged into the iMac is the keyboard. Still getting blue screen on startup and still unable to use any keyboard commands on startup. Now, has anyone been able to work through this combination of issues in the past? Are there any suggestions? Also, I have heard that the official apple position is to wait on the blue screen for several hours and that will sort it. I am pursuing that option now as, well, nothing else has worked. PLEEEEEEEEEASE help me!