How can I run a boot CD from a PC that doesn’t have a BIOS CD-ROM Boot option?
I have an old laptop with an external SCSI CD-ROM attached. Unfortunately the BIOS doesn’t support booting from the CD-ROM, so I can only boot from a floppy or the hard disk, and it doesn’t support network boot ether.
This machine currently has Windows 95 loaded on it but I want to try installing some other OP/SYS.
I was thinking of trying Android PC OS, Google (chromium) OS, SKY OS, GeeXboX, or some form of low-resource-friendly Linux... possibly Puppy!
Unfortunately I have all of these as boot CDs. So are there any Linux boot-Floppy images than can be used to find the CD-Drive and kick of a boot-CD install?