I had Norton Utilities for the Mac OS 9.0, and when I got a new G4, It won't accept system folder below 9.2. So I wouldn't have to spend another 100 dollars on software I was going to put The 9.2 system folder on the software restore disk onto a CD with the Norton software, and start-up from the new CD. I have Toast Titanium, and I went to the help and it said that for a CD to be bootable, you just had to put it in Mac OS CD, (not Mac OS Extended) and it would be bootable. I did this, and I tried to boot from the CD, (by selecting it in start-up disk system preference (in 10.1.3) and it didn't work. It loaded up 10.1.3 anyway. What gives, I really need to defrag my HD as I do heavy video projects. One thing I didn't try though is to boot first from 9.2.2 and then try to boot from the CD, will that make a difference?? Has anyone else had this problem? Just tried loading from 9.2.2, the CD is grayed out in the startup disk control panel inn 9.2.2.