Looked at the BIOS, and found out that the floppy drive was in fact disabled.
However, after enabling it, I still have the same problem... I have checked the floppy disks I am using, and all have "HD" on them. They are, however, all old driver floppys etc., which I have covered the write-protection area to allow me to write to them.
Could this be the proble, and am I best to buy a set of new blank floppys?
What I don't get, is why the disks are all of RAW format, as I have only used them to try and transfer standard driver files over.
At one point, in safe mode yesterday, I did actually manage to open one of the floppy disks and copy files over to it. However, when I tried to load them in to install Windows, I got "The volume does not contain a recognised file system..."