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Problem installing Mac OS X Panther on my old iMac G3


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Hey there, I recently bought and upgraded an indigo iMac G3 running Mac OS9. I upgraded the RAM to 512 MB and the hard drive to 80 GB. The RAM that I installed works fine, but when I put the Mac OS X Panther disk in, Mac OS X Panther won't recognize the hard drive i just upgraded. How can I fix this?
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Nevermind helping I just fixed the problem myself.
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