About 8 months ago, I bought an old blueberry iMac off of eBay (G3-333, 64MB-RAM, CD-ROM, 6GB-HDD, **unknown VRAM, but its 6MB or under**). For a variety of reasons, I am only now getting around to playing with this thing. Anyway, here's my problem: When I try to boot it, the chimes sound and everything seems to work fine....but then the Mac OS 9.2 startup screen comes on, with an error message that says "The system software on the startup disk only functions on the original media, not if copied to another drive" and the only option is to restart. I have tried to boot from eMac restore discs (OS 9.2.2 and 10.1.4) as well as the burned copy of 9.2.1 that the seller sent me. I hold down 'c' as the eMac disc said to, but it always ends up at this same screen. I admit that I still know relativly little about Macs, so if anyone could give me any help at all, I would really appreciate it. Also, if I were to want to run OS X (I have 10.1 and 10.3), how much memory would I need to put in to make it useable? It doesnt have to be a speed demon or anything, just enough that I could do basic web surfing and instant messaging. Thanks for any help anyone can give!