Hey all, been awhile since I last posted but I've recently aquired a beautiful Powerbook 12", 1.5Ghz + 512mb ram for AU$40 . He just wanted to get rid of it since it never saw any use. Now to why I am here, after tinkering with it for a few days I decided to format the existing Tiger build with a fresh format of Leopard. Everything went perfectly until it prompted to restart after the install. I clicked yes and thereafter it appeared to boot (I could hear the Welcome video playing) however nothing on the screen shows up. I tried resetting NVRAM/PRAM and the PMU to no avail. I've tried forcing it into Target Disk Mode with no luck, nor could I get it to boot off the CD. I am unable to connect it an external monitor as I don't posses a mini DVI adapter so I'm at a loss as to what to do next. Another point of info, if I take the ram stick out and try to boot it off the internal RAM I get three beeps suggesting (internal?) slot failure. When I re-insert the RAM stick (I've tried three different ones so far) I can hear it boot (Never a start up chime though) and then plays the Welcome video. Sorry for the wall of text but it's been quite puzzling as to what to do, I've done what I could so any help at all would be greatly appreciated even if its possible to possibly remove the internal RAM maybe.