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To make a boot disk, in Windows, insert the first install CD. Navigate to the \dosutils\rawritewin directory. Start rawwritewin.exe. In the Image file text box, enter the path "X:\images\bootdisk.img". Click Write and when it is done writing the disk, reboot your computer with the floppy inserted and you should be good to go.
I included the locations of the files that are imporant for making the boot diskette. If you want to use the command line instead of a GUI, at the command line type X:\dosutils\rawrite and follow the onscreen instreuctions. The image you want to use is located at X:\images\bootdisk.img