I recently obtained a 300 MHz Power Macintosh G3 from my grandparents, and so far, nothing has been done with this machine. It boots just fine to Mac OS 9.1, but soon after booting to the desktop, it freezes randomly, usually just by moving the cursor around the screen. I tried booting to the Mac OS 9.2.1 disc I have (recently installed it onto an iMac G3, so I know the disc works fine) and the same thing occurs; it freezes randomly after a minute or so. I tried removing the hard drive to see if it was maybe a bad drive, and while it doesn't freeze with the CD, I can't install it that way obviously. So, after putting in another hard drive to test that one, the same thing occurs, freezes upon booting to the CD. I also tried removing the RAM and trying a stick I know is good, thinking one of the RAM sticks were bad, but no luck either. Another thing that would make this a load easier to troubleshoot, I can't boot this thing by holding Option for the boot options, or T for Target Disk Mode, so I could install OS 9 onto it from another Mac. Any reason why holding T or Option does nothing here? Thanks for the help in advance, I hope someone out there is able to assist me in some way! If not, I didn't lose anything by getting this machine, so it wouldn't be the worst if it's truly dead, but it'd be cool to have yet another Mac in my collection.