Hello fine folks. My Mac Plus has been upgraded to 4MB, the old SCSI drives are now safely recovered and archived, I have a working LocalTalk network set up with my eMac, and all is well in the land. I wanted to accomplish all these things before I went on to my next task: Retiring my two SCSI workhorse hard drives. In order to do this, I need to have a bootable replacement. I am running a SyQuest EZFlyer which is how I was able to recover all the files from the two old drives. This drive now has all the info from the other drives and quite a bit of its own files which I've added via the aforementioned LocalTalk connection. The problem: the machine won't boot with this drive as the only one connected to the computer. I have a System 6.0.8 folder on the root of the drive, but it won't boot to it. I've tried "blessing" it by opening and closing it, and also going through and setting the Startup disk... it won't boot. I'm pretty sure I'm missing something glaringly obvious here... my recent research suggests that it does not have a "boot partition." I need to mention that it is currently sitting as SCSI ID3 and has a built-in terminator. I have been using it as the last device in the chain. It will pop up, give a brief disk with a question mark, and then the screen will go black. The last time I experienced these symptoms, there was a SCSI ID conflict between the two older drives, but I should not be experiencing any similar conflicts with this drive set as the only one in the chain. To give some information, I formatted a fresh HD cartridge using the HD Toolkit Primer program which resides on one of the hard disks. It formatted beautifully and it has been working great as a storage device. Now that I want to boot from it, however, I wonder if I should have done something different. When prompted, I opted to format it as a single partition drive, 100% Mac (is how I believe it was worded in the prompt). So, on to the question: What are the steps I need to take to make this drive bootable? Thanks in advance!