preacher: Starting from what point?
After doing the PUTMIMG step the only other thing I did was to install the jumper on the HDA to make it a slave drive. You do not need to change anything in the BIOS setup area. When it reboots it does not show any drives in the BIOS status screen but after Windows starts up you can access the HDA as drive D:. I put a copy of the WIN98 directory on the HDA so that I have it available as I install additional hardware like a USB CD-ROM. Be sure to place all the driver disk images on the HDA while you have it connected to your desktop machine. I use a D-LINK USB ethernet instead of the SMC one in the image.
Make up a boot disk floppy with DOS on it along with FDISK and FORMAT. Make your new HDA the master and boot your PC with the floppy then run FDISK to create a single DOS FAT16 partition. Set it ACTIVE, but this should be the default anyway. Remove your floppy and reboot your PC to make sure you did it right. If it comes up in DOS on the C: drive then power down and reconnect your previous HDA and make the new one a slave or secondary one. Now reboot your previous system and copy over all the files (drivers, WIN98 directory) to the new drive. If you have any other small programs you like to use put them on as well. I place a copy of WINIPCFG from the WINDOWS directory on since it is not in the image. Power down and connect the HDA up to the Webplayer making it a master. Follow the steps above for backing up and installing the famewolf's image to the DOC.