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Have you tried to boot to an external drive? I would try to connect to an external drive with a bootable OS and see if that works. If your Mac boots to the external then you can narrow it down to the drive or drive flex cable like remacberlin suggested. Another thing, I would remove the drive and see if it boots in another machine. It can also be a kernel panic. After resetting PRAM, try to boot into safe mode. If it boots, quickly reboot normally. Im leaning towards the Kernel Panic because you are not getting the Spinning wheel, and you can't boot to CD, this means the kernel is not loading the proper services. Do you have the CD's that came with this machine?
 
== Update ==
 
The last option you have is to reset Open Firmware.
 
Shut down the computer
 
Start computer up holding down Command + Option + O + F
 
A screen comes up with a command prompt
 
At the prompt type in reset-nvram, and hit the return key
 
At the prompt type reset-all, and hit the return key
 
The machine will reboot.
 
this failing I would have to say that you have faulty boards or some type of electrical short.

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Have you tried to boot to an external drive? I would try to connect to an external drive with a bootable OS and see if that works. If your Mac boots to the external then you can narrow it down to the drive or drive flex cable like remacberlin suggested. Another thing, I would remove the drive and see if it boots in another machine. It can also be a kernel panic. After resetting PRAM, try to boot into safe mode. If it boots, quickly reboot normally. Im leaning towards the Kernel Panic ifbecause you are not getting the Spinning wheel, and you can't boot to CD, this means the kernel is not loading the proper services. Do you have the CD's that came with this machine?
Have you tried to boot to an external drive? I would try to connect to an external drive with a bootable OS and see if that works. If your Mac boots to the external then you can narrow it down to the drive or drive flex cable like remacberlin suggested. Another thing, I would remove the drive and see if it boots in another machine. It can also be a kernel panic. After resetting PRAM, try to boot into safe mode. If it boots, quickly reboot normally. Im leaning towards the Kernel Panic ifbecause you are not getting the Spinning wheel, and you can't boot to CD, this means the kernel is not loading the proper services. Do you have the CD's that came with this machine?

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Have you tried to boot to an external drive? I would try to connect to an external drive with a bootable OS and see if that works. If your Mac boots to the external then you can narrow it down to the drive or drive flex cable like remacberlin suggested. Another thing, I would remove the drive and see if it boots in another machine. It can also be a kernel panic. After resetting PRAM, try to boot into safe mode. If it boots, quickly reboot normally. Im leaning towards the Kernel Panic if you are not getting the Spinning wheel, this means the kernel is not loading the proper services. Do you have a Thethe CD's that came with this machine?
Have you tried to boot to an external drive? I would try to connect to an external drive with a bootable OS and see if that works. If your Mac boots to the external then you can narrow it down to the drive or drive flex cable like remacberlin suggested. Another thing, I would remove the drive and see if it boots in another machine. It can also be a kernel panic. After resetting PRAM, try to boot into safe mode. If it boots, quickly reboot normally. Im leaning towards the Kernel Panic if you are not getting the Spinning wheel, this means the kernel is not loading the proper services. Do you have a Thethe CD's that came with this machine?

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Have you tried to boot to an external drive? I would try to connect to an external drive with a bootable OS and see if that works. If your Mac boots to the external then you can narrow it down to the drive or drive flex cable like remacberlin suggested. Another thing, I would remove the drive and see if it boots in another machine. It can also be a kernel panic. After resetting PRAM, try to boot into safe mode. If it boots, quickly reboot normally. Im leaning towards the Kernel Panic if you are not getting the Spinning wheel, this meanmeans the kernel is not loading the proper services. Do you have a The CD's that came with this machine?
Have you tried to boot to an external drive? I would try to connect to an external drive with a bootable OS and see if that works. If your Mac boots to the external then you can narrow it down to the drive or drive flex cable like remacberlin suggested. Another thing, I would remove the drive and see if it boots in another machine. It can also be a kernel panic. After resetting PRAM, try to boot into safe mode. If it boots, quickly reboot normally. Im leaning towards the Kernel Panic if you are not getting the Spinning wheel, this meanmeans the kernel is not loading the proper services. Do you have a The CD's that came with this machine?

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Have you tried to boot to an external drive? I would try to connect to an external drive with a bootable OS and see if that works. If your Mac boots to the external then you can narrow it down to the drive or drive flex cable like remacberlin suggested. Another thing, I would remove the drive and see if it boots in another machine. It can also be a kernel panic. After resetting PRAM, try to boot into safe mode. If it boots, quickly reboot normally. Im leaning towards the Kernel Panic if you are not getting the Spinning wheel, this mean the kernel is not loading the proper services. Do you have a The CD's that came with this machine?
Have you tried to boot to an external drive? I would try to connect to an external drive with a bootable OS and see if that works. If your Mac boots to the external then you can narrow it down to the drive or drive flex cable like remacberlin suggested. Another thing, I would remove the drive and see if it boots in another machine. It can also be a kernel panic. After resetting PRAM, try to boot into safe mode. If it boots, quickly reboot normally. Im leaning towards the Kernel Panic if you are not getting the Spinning wheel, this mean the kernel is not loading the proper services. Do you have a The CD's that came with this machine?

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Have you tried to boot to an external drive? I would try to connect to an external drive with a bootable OS and see if that works. If your Mac boots to the external then you can narrow it down to the drive or drive flex cable like remacberlin suggested. Another thing, I would remove the drive and see if it boots in another machine. It can also be a kernel panic. After resetting PRAM, try to boot into safe mode. If it boots, quickly reboot normally.
Have you tried to boot to an external drive? I would try to connect to an external drive with a bootable OS and see if that works. If your Mac boots to the external then you can narrow it down to the drive or drive flex cable like remacberlin suggested. Another thing, I would remove the drive and see if it boots in another machine. It can also be a kernel panic. After resetting PRAM, try to boot into safe mode. If it boots, quickly reboot normally.

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Have you tried to boot to an external drive?  I would try to connect to an external drive with a bootable OS and see if that works.  If your Mac boots to the external then you can narrow it down to the drive or drive flex cable like remacberlin suggested.

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