I have just installed a new Internal HD into my stepdads G3 iMac (drawer loading not slot loading). I also wanted to install OS X. All went well, had to partition the HD to make the first section less than 8 Gig, and then I installed Jaguar. Then thats kind of it. It restarts and if I don't have the CD in I get the flashing folder icon, which I believe means it can't find the startup disk. So I put in the CD and it trys to install it all again. Disk Utility doesn't have, I believe, a way of choosing the start-up disk, and I therefore can't get past it. I thought I would try Panther, which is an upgrade disc, but I get some kind of debug screen come up, just a few lines of text in the top left corner of the screen, nothing interesting. So I guess i can't do that then. What now? I haven't put any firmware updates on, I spent hours trying to find them, but all the ones I found said that that iMac didn't need them, which I thought was strange. If I do need them I am guessing it would be ok to put the old HD back in to make firmware changes. Any help would be appreciated, and sorry if I havent explained it clearly, let me know anything confusing and I will try and clarify.