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Power Mac - Power Mac dies when starting in disk mode


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I have a Power Mac G4 digital audio and I am trying to start it in target disk mode, however, when I restart the computer and hold down T the computer starts up runs for a moment and then right when it would put the firewire icon on the screen the computer powers down. Can any body help?

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