Just a few things: I strongly recommend not to use such outdated Linux versions. They get no support, no security updates or bugfixes, and you will have serious problems to install newer software.
There are recent distributions specifically aimed towards older computers like yours. You can try antiX or Vector Linux for that, they both are available on CDs, so that you don't have to replace the drive.
Second, this forum doesn't work the way you want. Solutions and hints are posted in your thread, we will do support over e-mail or messengers only in very rare cases. This is simply because this way the solution is available for others with similar problems, if they search the web or this forum.