Thank for the tip. That page looks like it could be very useful. Unfortunately, I had already tried most of what that page says to do. I have a rather strange setup which doesn't really help matters. When I copy the Linux boot sector to a floppy and then copy it to windows and try to boot all I get it "LI" when I select Linux. I really have no clue what to do from here.
9GB Drive - Boot drive with Win2K installed
Primary Master - 8 GB Drive - Dedicated to Linux
Secondary Master - CD-ROM
If the SCSI controller BIOS is enabled then the SCSI drive boots to Win2k. If the BIOS is disabled, then I get the LILO prompt and I can boot to linux. This is a pain but at least I can boot without a floppy. If anyone has any ideas how to correct this problem, I would like to hear them. Thanks!