Forum newbie but Mac oldie here. I inherited a mostly dead Mac Mini recently. It's a 1.66 Intel, and I say mostly dead because the power light and fan comes on, but that's as far as it goes. From what the user told me he had the Mini running continuously for many months. They moved their office so he powered down and unplugged it. When they reconnected everything - nuthin'. I've since replaced his workstation with a 17" iMac I happen to have around (truth be known, I got my Macbook Pro out of the deal). Anyway, back to the Mini. I was able to remove the hard drive and copy everything over to the new Mac. I just replaced a power supply in a 20" Imac recently so I immediately suspected the "brick." Nope, powered up another Mini just fine, and a fresh brick did nothing to my Mini. So, I was wondering if there is a Miracle Max among you who might have a clue as to what I could try next. I've stripped it down to taking out the motherboard, but stopped short of removing the CPU, looking for a magic button or something. Nothing looks amiss. I'd bring it to a genius bar, but it's just not that important. I'd really like to get this up and running to replace the G4 my kids have been enduring for the past 10 years. Thanks in advance for advice and sympathies.