printf ("Hello world! \n"); This is my very first thread at all, please contact me if there is any rule I infringe or if this is not the place for this kind of question. I'm sure this is not the first and will not be the last time that somebody asks this: How can I replace the CRT monitor of an old Imac G3 (M5521) with an LCD one?? without several modifications specifically, replacing the power supply as shown here: http://www.mactech.com/2005/09/01/eyemac-g3-lcd I got here by looking at this previous thread: http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/imac-g3-lcd-conversion.450143/ The last post (#10) leads to a "blank" link so I haven't found how to do what this member explains. A complete and detailed "cookbook" procedure is most appreciated if there exists. Any other guide is also welcome. Thank you all for your attention. P. D. Please, I would really appreciate you to keep comments such as "why would you want to do that?" or "vintage macs remain classic with OEM hardware" or any other similar sentences that won't give me a solution. Thanks again.