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iMac - iMac G5 CD Boot problem

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Hello everyone,

My problem is that when I try to boot on the CD with my iMac G5 (currently on Windows OS) by pressing "C" during the boot, nothing happens and windows start normally. I know that the problem is not because I use Windows as Operating System, because I was able to boot with cd before.

Thank you for helping me.

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