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Turn it on and hold down the C key. Your iMac is trying, for some reason, to boot from a network drive. Since none exists it is stalling. It should kick to the next valid boot device, your hard drive. If it's not, perhaps your drive is bad for some reason.

Anyways, holding down the C key will tell it to look at the CD-ROM drive, and then, ultimately at the Hard Drive.


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