Hi Fish, Try This
Insert a Blank floppy in the drive, Double click My computer (or Start, My computer), Right click the Floppy drive and choose Format, check the box marked create MS-DOS start-up disk and press ok.
When completed, if there is room, copy the Osmaker program to the floppy, if no room copy to another blank disk.
Leave or insert the start-up disk in the drive and restart the computer.
Eventually a letter A with a flashing line will appear, (If windows starts up you will need to consult the Motherboard book to access the Bios and select the floppy drive as the first boot device) insert the disk with the OSmaker program, type in dir and press enter.
The program should show up in the list of files, type in the name of the file exactly as you see on screen, then press enter and the program should run.
Hope this helps.
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