Originally posted by leaf
it should work with c:
Ignore him as he doesn't know your situation there is now OS to boot from.
That said you are using an older form of BIOS the one I used before I updated my BIOS I suspect. C: will always be your HD in most cases. If you don't have a floppy I assume A: will be your CD drive. Now with A: set to boot first and you reboot with the Win95 disc in your CD tray nothing happens right.
This leaves us with two possibilities.
A.) Windows 95 is not bootable and you will need to setup from DOS which you will need to load from a bootable disc
B.) Your CD Rom is not being recongized and will need to load a driver for it. Can you tell me all about your computer. Do you know who built it, the computer model, and other info I need to find the manufacturer of your CD Rom so I can find it's driver.
About Option B I've had this happen to me when I was working on a completly SCSI computer and I was eventually forced to load Windows from a Jazz drive once I copied it to the jazz media in DOS. I feel your pain I really do getting drivers that are not recongized is a real pain.