I got a little farther:
I used rawrite.exe from Windows Mellinium to create a linux boot
diskette. It booted from this diskette but could'nt recognize Linux 7.2 CDs I had ordered form Linux Central
I got around this by downloading Linux 7.2 (took 3 hours on a fast DSL connection) from a RedHat mirror site and put it on a DOS partition which I accessed by creating a Windows Mellinium startup disk and then using<Shift + F5> to get to a DOS prompt after restarting the system.
Goto the "dosutils" dir and execute "autoboot" cmd.
This should get you started