Hello. Today, I got several old Mac OSes(X10.2-10.3) OS 9.1 OS 8.6, OS 8.1, And a ton of system 7 disks, even a Mac OS 3 floppy! Well, as you know, I need Mac OS 9 to update my iMac G3's firmware. I put the disc(Which I'm pretty sure it's a retail, since the PDF said nothing about having another version of OS 9)in, and restarted my computer(Running Mac OS X 10.0,buggy as heck). It just booted into OS X(I was holding down C by the way). I set it as my startup disk, with the same results. I even tried installing mac OS 8 to update to OS 9(that didn't work either). I then decided to screw around and put in the OS X jaguar disc 1. I went into disk utilities, and opened up drive setup. My plan was to format the drive, when I came across something; The Drive setup asked me if I wanted it to install Mac OS 9 drivers. The description said that this was if I wanted to install OS 9, excluding classic. I clicked yes, and formatted. I don't think it did anything, since it kept asking me for finder software. Is there a way to do it? do I need to install OS X 10.0 with the option of OS 9 drivers selected? Is the CD to blame? Please help me answer these questions!