I am fiddling around with an old G3 Beige Desktop that Ive had for years. Specs: G3 266 MHz 512 MB Ram 14GB IDE HDD (Partitioned: 10GB Panther 10.3.9 and 4GB OS 9.2.2) Apple CD-ROM/Apple FDD PCI USB card ADP to VGA adapter HP 19 4:3 flat panel monitor (VGA in) Had everything working GREAT. Boots and runs 10.3.9. Boots and runs 9.2.2. Floppy works in OS 9, not OS X (this is normal) CD-ROM works, on-board video working to VGA HP flat panel monitor. So, I booted into OS 9, then shut down. Installed PCI graphics that I had in a PM 7300/130, just to try it out. Card model: TwinTurbo 128M/M2 Revision 2.3. The OS 9 system has the TwinTurbo (GammaLoader) files ie; control panels/extensions/prefs/etc. Anyway, there was no VGA video out (I know the card works). I shut down, removed the card. Now, on boot I get no chime, but OS 9 tries to load, it gets part way (25%, maybe) and then there appears to be a message window, but no text in it, then OS 9 hangs. Pic of screen below. Reset PRAM (it cycles as though it resets, but no chime) Reset CUDA Battery is good Removed battery/unplugged machine for 45 minutes Re-seated RAM, IDE cable Tried booting from OS9 CD (no different) Removed PCI USB/CD-ROM/FDD, tried boot from HDD (no different) After all that, still does same thing. I sure would like to get it back to where I had it earlier. Just, no idea what to try now. Wish I had never tried that card. If the message window had some text, I might have a clue what's going on Anybody, got any ideas?