I am happy as a whatever 'cause I just got my new PowerMac G3 350Mhz! I ordered a DVD-RAM with it and got it with 448Mb of RAM for €120, with a 10Gb HD.
I wanted to install Tiger on it, but at first it wouldn't boot into any OS, even with a disk. Then I tried it with a 6Gb HD from my iMac and it booted into Mac OS 9. Now it won't read my Tiger install CD (or any other DVD for that matter). This sucks major amounts of ass, since I want to abso- lutely run Tiger on this machine, and probably OC it to 400 or 450 (maybe even 500?) Mhz.
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