I just recently pulled out my old 867 G4 Quicksilver PowerMac that I haven't used in years to see if I can get it working again and play an old game and am having some problems. On the screen shows a flashing question mark which I know is that it cannot find a boot up folder. The other problem is that it is making a very loud fan noise which I cannot tell if it's the fan or HDD (it has two HDD inside). So I connected a mouse and old apple keyboard to try and eject the CD tray to put in Tiger to wipe the HDD and start over but I cannot get it to eject. I restart it and hold down the C key, didn't work. I held down the eject key, didn't work. I held down F12, didn't work. I opened the cover over the tray and put a paperclip in the little pin hole, didn't work. I tried to get to the CD tray button but for some reason apple covered it like fort knox. Why did they do that? So is there another method to getting the CD tray open that I'm missing, or does something need reset?