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Trouble restarting my iMac (system 9.1)

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I am having real problems whenever I try and restart my iMac (it's running Mac OS 9.1). It shuts down fine and starts up fine but whenever I restart I can hear the Mac start up it's orchestra sound as normal and the machine running but my screen is completely's got me stumped...and it's causing problems if I want to install new software as most of the time I'm required to restart! Any suggestions??
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