|You don't create Puppy linux in BIOS.|
It has to be downloaded onto a working machine and then you use the "burn an ISO" feature, using whatever CD burning software is on that machine.
This is when you need to go to BIOS on the faulty machine to set the CD/DVD to boot ahead of the C drive. Every BIOS is different but there is always a feature to either temporarily or permanently change the boot order. You might find a motherboard manual on the internet which will help you with setting the options.
You then put the Puppy Linux CD in the drive, power off then on again. If you have put the CD/DVD drive ahead of the CD drive then Linux will start after a little while. With this you can access the C Drive and copy (drag and drop) whatever files you wish. Everything will be "single" click.
You then remove the CD, reboot and you will be back to Windows again.
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