My G5 dual 1.8Ghz Mac's UPS was unplugged accidentally and it lost power suddenly. Upon reboot, it had a blinking folder/questionmark. I can boot off of the OSX panther Cd, and it won't immediately recognize the volume in Disk Utility. Only after 5 minutes does the volume show up in Disk Utility, but from there, after selecting it, none of the disk utility options become available. I've purchased the downloadable version of Disk Warrior, and don't want to wait until the CD arrives to run Disk Warrior, but I'm having a newbie-moment and can't for the life of me figure out how to create a bootable Firewire drive or CD with the Disk Warrior software. I downloaded the .sit .hqx file, and on a different mac, it extraced to produce 2 .img files. From there, it will mount a disk image, and I can run the image on the mac it's extracted onto, but I cannot get software to run against my failed volume. I've also ordered another SATA drive, but I want to try and repair the failed disk. How do I use the downloaded software to fix my drive?