Question about Apple iMac G4 Desktop
DIMM0 is one of the ram slots. I would suspect that this is the culprit.
Try booting it up off the restore disk. If that doesn't boot either, replace the ram. If it does boot fine, them I'm wrong.
I hate re-installing the OS out of hand. Try the Disk Utility on the restore CD first, or some hard drive recovery tool like DiskWarrior before you re-install the OS.
Posted on Jul 22, 2009
Sounds like a kernel panic code. You may be missing a piece of the OS code due to a Hard Drive error from a power issue or whatever. You may need to reinstall your OS. Start up from the cd and save all your data you can to a flash drive or external hard drive and then do a clean install.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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