This is a tricky one, I suspect. I have downloaded the A and AP disksets from www.cdrom.com
including bare.i and color.gs. After that, I successfully created the boot- and rootdisk. The only problem is: when I reboot, my computer reads a single track or so from disk and hangs. Annoying...
There's nothing wrong with the disk. I tried the disk on my trusty 486, and it worked fine. Therefore, I think it might be a hardware problem. Now, listen to this: OS/2 Warp 3 won't install either! Here's the info...
Processor: 486 66/Pentium 200MMX
Motherboard: Yes/Via VXPro
Video card: Cirrus/S3 Virge DX
Hard drive: IDE/UltraDMA
BIOS: Award/Award Flash
Now, if you solve this one, I'll buy you a beer if you ever
visit Sweden. :-)