you may need to boot from a minimal bootdisk.img rawrite'd to a floppy, then the install may ask you where your installation media is, pick hd, and show the install the isos on disk.
Ive done this with a laptop. (Redhat9)
you may need a program like 'undisker.exe' to veiw the isos contents, go to DOSUTILS or equivalent and use rawrite or equivalent.
Last edited by AutOPSY; 03-22-2004 at 06:56 PM.