This may not be the most difficult of questions, but it has me stumped for the moment.
I've installed a system with both Win 9x and Red Hat Linux 7.1. Like most systems, the boot sector has been replaced with lilio boot loader, so when I system starts, the user has the option of selecting the OS, Red Hat, or Win 9x.
Here's the problem, I'd like to do a new clean install of Win 9x so I want to format the FAT32 partition and reinstall. However, if I go through DOS, I cannot detect a CD-rom (needed for install). If I try to start from a Win 9x boot disk then I can't detect the hard drive for some reason. If I go to the dual boot problem and select the text option, I only get a "boot:" which will only let me map an image. So, my question is how can I format the FAT32 partition on the hard drive and still detect the CD-ROM?