|In your BIOS setting, did you set the OS to WIN95? I'm not sure if you really need to set the disk with the actual landing zone, sector, cylinder data. You can use AUTO.|
Here is my information on setting the BIOS:
SET BIOS ON WEBPLAYER
To get into the bios, unplug your webplayer and plug it back in.
While your webplayer boots up, press F2 (the second key to the right of esc) until you
get into the bios.
You will be asked for a password, it is schwasck, and you can't change it.
Under the "Main" tab, set the primary master to "auto".
Then, under the "Advanced" tab, Change "installed O/S" to win95,
and "Large disk access" to DOS.
Then go to "I/O device Configuration" and change "Local bus IDE adapter" to primary.