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first I thank you so much for trying to help me.
actualy it was my mishap. I have not downloaded dosutils. So I did now, and about to make the disk.
my question is
do I have to make three diskets for
(file names are altered)
and E is my hard drive (a partition of the second hard drive- it is partiotioned in to E and F)
Okay, each of these iso's is too large to go on a floppy. So, right now you have each of these iso saved on your hard disk, in order to use them you have to burn them each to a CD. The only other option is to mount each iso as a disk from the hard disk. I know how to do that on Linux, but not on Windows. If you have the contents of the iso's saved to a directory on your hard drive, you may be able to use that to install Linux from.