Ok...here's the deal. I'm on a Rev B. iMac with 96MB RAM and 20G harddrive running OS 9.0.4...originally. I found a copy of OS 9.1 (GM) on a server somewhere and decided to try it out. I did a clean install with it. It didn't work, all I got was a grey screen at startup and not even reaching my happy mac screen. So, I booted off a cd, deleted the 9.1 system folder, then restarted into 9.0.4. Well, the same thing happens. I decided to zap my PRAM, just because. Now I get this error:
DEFAULT CATCH!, code=300 at %SRR0:ff***** %SRR1: 0000b030
the starts seem to be any random combination of letters and numbers. I can still boot up off of a cd, but can't off of my hard drive. I've delete my system folder, reinstalled, and reinsatlled again. still no luck getting this to work. Any suggestions? I hope this is fixed by the time the actual release comes out...I'd hate to waste my money on an OS if this happens again.