Ah, my first post in this forum...
So I inherited a Workgroup Server 9150 and a Network Server 700 from a guy who was closing up shop (I was more interested in the SparcStations he was giving away, but he offered the Apples up with 'em). The Network Server boots up to OpenFirmware, but as I haven't had an ADB keyboard up until now there wasn't much I could do.
As for the Workgroup Server, I plug in the keyboard and mouse, my VGA monitor (the computer came with an adapter) and turn the key to on (not lock, just on). I punch the power button on the keyboard and it gives me a chime, then boots up into the "Welcome to Macintosh" screen with the happy mac graphic below it... This is as far as I can boot the computer. I've also tried to boot an OS 9.1 cd I got a hold of but after trying to hold C and Cmd-Opt-Shift-Del as well I can't seem to get it to boot (it also goes to Welcome to Mac and gets stuck).
The CD could be bad, as I burned it from a toast image (just renamed it to ISO). I checked the CD with HFVExplorer and it comes up as an HFS file system and seems to have everything needed to boot.
As this is my first real experience troubleshooting a Mac (the only other Mac I've played with is an old SE/30 my aunt had) I'm not quite sure where to start. Anybody have any suggestions?