|At the point of the reboot, your system was not fully installed, it still needed to reboot to the install CD. I am not sure why it asked you to remove the floppy, unless you had a floppy disk in also. Try reinserting the install CD and restarting but you need to enter your BIOS setting (usually press and hold delete or F1 or F2 depending on your board) in the settings, make sure that your CD drive is first in boot order, press F10 to save and exit, and you should begin where your install left off. If it does not, try to reinstall, but leave the CD in the drive until your system tells you specifically to remove it (it will usually reboot 1 to 3 times first). Do this with only the keyboard and mouse (PS2 type) attached and nothing else. After it is running right, update windows before anything else goes in (maybe more than once), then antivirus, then internet and email settings, then programs and any file transfers.|
You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.