Okay. I'm brand new to the Mac world. I've been using PCs my whole life, can build them and am proficient with them. I recently bought a second hand iMac. It's older, M8812LL/A, Power PC G4 version. I plan on updating the Memory and using this system to get acquainted. If I like it, I'll buy a really nice one. The lady I bought it from, against my wishes, 'restored' it back to original by giving it to her tech guys at work. None of the OS 9 folder stuff works and she said that they only installed the OSX (10.1.5) disc and nothing else. I don't believe it was done properly and I want to restore it. What I received with the computer is an OS9 Install disc, an OSX (10.1.5) disc and a OSX Jaguar? 10.2 upgrade disc. Also, there are 6 discs that just say 'OS9 Software Restore' on them. Now, some of the stuff on the computer like the DVD player, iTunes and so on work fine. Should I just install the 6 discs? Should I install the OS9 disc and then the OSX disc then the OSX upgrade disc? My research hasn't been as clear as I'd like and some of the answers I have found are confusing because I don't speak Mac yet. I just want to get it restored to where everything works correctly so I can start playing with it. I'll have more questions later, I'm sure, more specifically about how to connect to a network hard drive, but right now I just want it to be like it's new. Can anyone give me some simple new guy advice?