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Put the iso images on a partition which you don't plan to format.
Make an installation boot floppy from the boot.img which is in the first iso. You can also download that image from Redhat.
Boot up with the floppy and select hard drive install
Select the partition where the images are and proceed like a normal installation from there.
If you need to use a boot diskette, use either rawrite on DOS-based systems or dd on Linux systems to write the boot diskette image file to a 3.5 diskette. See the Red Hat Linux 9 Installation Guide for instructions on how to use the rawrite or dd programs.