Hey all, I have recently acquired a 2000 iBook Clamshell 466 SE Graphite color in great condition, running OSX 10.4 Tiger. I have a couple of questions about its ability (or inability) to burn to optical discs. It can play CDs and DVD movies just fine, and whenever I put a music disc into the iBook, it does offer to rip the disc into iTunes. But if I put a blank DVD or CD into the drive, Finder doesn't even recognize the disc, and it doesn't appear anywhere. I used the System Profiler and checked the Disc Burning tab, but it simply stated that there is no information available. Does this mean that this Mac cannot burn discs, and is read-only? It has the original optical drive in it, I have confirmed that from its previous owner. I just wanted to double-check and ensure I wasn't trying to troubleshoot something that is really just the normal capabilities of the iBook. Also, I tried booting up from a Leopard Install DVD that I have, because I want to reset the password, as the former owner hasn't used it in years and doesn't remember what it is. Unfortunately, the iBook will not boot up from either a Leopard, SL, or Lion disc. I understand that this Mac doesn't meet the system requirements for any of these OSes, but still, shouldn't it at least give me the option from booting up from them, and then give me a kernel panic, error message, etc.? Or does this iBook only support booting from a Tiger CD?