I have an older computer that has a floppy and a CD-ROM, but the BIOS does not support booting from CD-ROM. I would like to use "bare metal" imaging and recovery on this system. I have used Media Builder to create a 10 diskette boot set, and I have also created a bootable CD-ROM. Booting from 10 diskettes is SLOW! What I would like to do is to start the boot process from diskette, but then have the rest of the process use the CD-ROM. Would it be possible to create a modified version of the first diskette so that it loaded the rest of the files from CD-ROM? If not, I can easily build a bootable Win98 diskette that has CD-ROM drive access. Since the bootable CD-ROM seems to be a Linux based product, would it be possible to use something like loadlin.exe to load the kernel and initrd ramdisk?