Anyway here is a link to the boot disk.
Send big files the easy way. Files too large for email attachments? No problem!
The link is at the bottom on the page that pops up.
You can extract the files to a floppy disk and boot from it.
Choose to boot without CDROM it's faster and you wont need it anyway.
When you get the the A: type fdisk after that you will have a list of options view all partitions to see what is on the drive.
If you have anything on there select option 3 I believe to delete partitions.
Then chose option 1 to make a active primary partition.
Then select yes all the way through and reboot.
I hope you windows disk is good. Try cleaning it.
It sounds like the disk isn't readable.