So, I was trying to re-install OSX on the hard-drive of my iMac G5, because I've got a buyer for it. I booted-up off the install disk, into the installer; used Disk Utility to zero out the existing data on the drive; began the install process. Everything so far had gone fine. Then, disk one finished, and automatically restarted the computer, at which point I was asked to install Disk 2.... then everything froze up!! Disk 1 hadn't--and wouldn't--pop out of the drive so I could insert disk 2; all I got was the beach ball... I ended up holding down the power button and managed to get disk 2 in, once, but no go--just a grey screen showed. So, I restarted again, booted from disk 1, and am trying to start the process all over -- HOWEVER, neither the installer nor the disk utility can properly locate the target disk (my HD)!!!!! There is a notice near the bottom of the installer window that says some targets will remain "unavailable until the installer has finished processing" which I assume means working from disk 2 -- which it won't take/ask me for!! Any suggestions as to how I might be able to get this process back on track? THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU, in advance!