Well, this old fat cripple is exhausted, and must go to bed. I'm gonna check my YIM for a couple of minutes to see if anyone wants to chat, then I'm going to bed. Got a meeting at church tomorrow, but I'll be back around noon (EST).
If I don't see ya in YIM (firstname.lastname@example.org), I'll see ya tomorrow.
_________________________ I can do all things through Christ which strengtheneth me.Philippians 4:13
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Once it has booted to 8.6, go to your Control Panels and open Startup disk and select the HD. It sounds like it is spending some time looking for a startup volume that is no longer there. Networking in pre-OS X systems was not as easily accomplished. When I had X installed on my computer and my wife's was running 9.2.2, hers could either be networked to my computer over our home LAN or it could connect to the internet, but not at the same time.
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