Thanks for the suggestion. I was able to make the boot disk. However,
when I tried to access the CD drive I received the error, "invalid drive".
I used the the same drive letter "d" that works under Windows98. I just
don't why I can only read the drive in Windows98. It seems impossible to
install Linux on here without an internal CD Drive.
Open a DOS window and at a command prompt enter SYS A: (assuming the disk is in A:). The SYS command copies the OS files and the COMMAND.COM file. Karl L. Pearson Senior uniVerse Database Analyst Senior Unix/NT/Win Analyst karlp colubs com