I have an old dual processor G4 desktop, and I transferred the files in the HD of the G4 to a new Mac Pro today. I followed the instructions on the Mac Pro screen. When it was finished, it said to turn the G4 off via the power button, which I did. The problem is, I cannot get it to restart again. It is completely dead. It seems awfully coincidental that it would die immediately upon transfer of the material in the HD to the Mac Pro. I still have three other HDs in the G4, and I want to copy the files on them. Is there any way to tell why the G4 will not start (also, there is no light on the monitor. It is as if it is not getting power, but I have inserted the plug into a variety of sockets, which work fine, so whatever is wrong must be in the G4). Can I take the three hard drives out of the G4 and insert them into some sort of housing which will allow me to access the data they hold? If so, is there a site that shows how to do this, and a housing I can buy to hold the drives? Thanks!