Hey all. This is my first post on this forum, because I haven't owned a Mac since 2009. I now have a Mac that was given to me by a family member that has a very specific problem that I hope someone will be able to help me fix. It's a 2004 Powerbook G4 (A1046). It turns on, and I hear the chime, but the whole screen is distorted. It's weird because the screen flickers to a normal light blue screen for a second when it changes from the boot screen (with the spinning wheel) to the login screen, but then it remains distorted and I can barely make out anything on the screen. The computer works otherwise. Here's a link to my Youtube video showing exactly what is happening http://youtu.be/Ce7bTYFKrdE (around 0:56 is where you can really see the distortion most clearly). I tried to see if it was a problem with the OS, but since I don't have an OS X install disc, I tried running a live CD of Linux (PowerPC version). I was able to run the live CD, but the distortion remained throughout. I also tried connecting it to my external monitor, but the same distortion appeared across both monitors. Any possible causes for this you guys can think of, or possible solutions, would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.