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OS 10.3 - Bootup stuck at Apple Logo


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To all concerned,
I need your help.

After a number of kernel panics, OS 10.3 now gets stuck at the Apple Logo.

The same holds true with my install/restore disk 1 of 2.

Nothing. Doesn't boot any further than the Apple Logo.

I've tried everything. Put in a fresh hard drive. Reset nvram and pram. Still nothing.


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James
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