Your Hard Drive is not booting correctly and most likely it is damaged. There are chances however that the data is OK, but will definitely need to be taken out to fix it. The best thing is to get a new HD for your Mac and start all over with installing the OS. That is if all the other parts are OK.
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Not sure what kind of manual are you looking for, user guide or technical manual? The link bellow takes to one of the best sites I know about Apple products, with videos and technical guides.
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Alex iBook G3 Clamshell Repair
The G3 iMac clamshell speaks 802.11b wireless signal only. If your router is an 802.11n router, this symptom is known to occur, especially if you have any level of encryption (WEP, WPA, WPA2) on your router signal. Try temporarily turning the encryption off on your router and disabling N mode (set to G mode only) and see if this solves your problem. If so, obviously you don't want to leave your router unencrypted, but you may have to leave it set to G mode as long as you want your clamshell to be able to access it.
If your OS is System 10, Go to home and find application folder, there you can find iMovie icon and double click it.
or If your system is OS 9.0 or 9.2, double click your system folder which is on the desktop and then find the application folder, there you can find the iMovie icon, double click it and thats it.or If you have the Operating System CD installer, try browsing the CD and open all packages content. There you will find iMovie installer and install it. Thats it!