I have a MP 1 1, which previously had working versions of both 10.6.8 and 10.7.5, using a GeForce210 card. After a firmware failure on an HD and corruption of the 10.7 OS, I have been stuck without a usable OS. I have been trying to reinstall 10.7 despite not having access to a working screen, as 10.6 will not recognise the G210. Using my very old PPC iMac G5, I used Chicken VNC to try to install 10.7 on a new, blank, but partitioned HD on the MP, and after much effort and several days of work involving lost passwords and other extraneous problems, I have managed to part install 10.7. I say part, because right now I am halfway through the installation, and I am stuck. My problem is that when running the installer, the MP restarted, thus killing my VNC connection. Judging by the noises, or, now, lack of noises from the HD, the first part of the installation is done, and I should be at the Setup Assistant stage, but I still have no monitor output. Can anyone suggest anything from here? 1 - Should I turn off the machine and try to target disk mode to setup a VNC before the setup assistant has finished? 2 - I am unsure which 10.7 version it is, it may be 10.7.1, so I need to update, but how? 3 - Can anyone provide instructions to finish off the installation process 'blind'? 4 - How can I get working drivers for the GPU in without a VNC connection? 5 - Aaaarggh - so frustrating, after days of effort, I'm nearly there but stuck, any suggestions from here would be great. Thanks in advance, and if I haven't been clear enough in my explanation, just ask and I'll try to furnish you with more information.