Duh.. sorry about that
OK Lessee ....
You'll need to find an image file to write to a floppy, and download it.
I found one here:
in the boot subdirectory
Then you need to write that image to a floppy:
I found these instructions on this site:
Create a Bootdisk
You will not have to create a bootdisk if you have the CD-ROM these days with a newer computer. Just go into your BIOS as your computer starts up and make it look at the CD-ROM drive first. With your CD-ROM in the drive, it should take you directly to installation, so you can skip the rest of this bootdisk creation section. Having a bootable CD-ROM just makes things so much easier.
Go to the DOS prompt and insert a 1.44 megabyte floppy into your a: drive. From the CD-ROM prompt (drive D I'll assume... you know what drive it is), go to the directory where the DOS Utilities are (\DOSUTILS). Type rawrite -f \images\boot.img -d a:. The source file should be a file called boot.img in the \images directory (so you would type in "\images\boot.img" as the target) and the target should be your a: drive (type "a:")." After you do this, set the disk aside to use later.
I do not have Windows at home (other than W98 on SWMBO's machine), so the specifics may be different. In any case, you need to run rawrite, which you can find all over the show on the web.
You will find them in the directory at the top of the page.
Here is a useful link:
You need to learn how to search the web, you know!