I would make new floppies, they could be damaged. I had to try 20 different floppies some times ago because they were all damaged. My 2k disk doesn't boot either.
You can boot using a 98 floppy disk from www.bootdisk.com
boot and browse to your CD/DVD drive. (usually d: or e
then type "dir" to check the folders on th 2k disc
then type "cd bootdisk" (as far as I can remember, the folder could also be named differantly, u can see the folder's name after typing "dir" though.
after typing "cd bootdisk" there should be 2 files called something like "bootdisk.bat" and "boot32.exe"
type the name of the one that doesn't say "32" and press ENTER.
This way u don't need to use a different comp.
I would be easier to get the 2k disks from www.bootdisk.com