Note one can also install Windows XP using a single DOS bootdisk. Just make sure it has CD-ROM drivers along with smartdrv loaded, as it will make the install faster. Start the install with this command (Where X: is the CD-ROM driveletter):
Note if just wanting a DOS bootdisk after having installed WinXP, just open My Computer and right click the floppy drive and select Format and check "Create an Ms-DOS startup disk".
Note one can use the WinXP bootdisks in conjunction with ChkReg.exe, which is a Windows 2000 Registry Repair Utility (Though one should make a backup of the registry files before trying to repair them).
More Info MS KB316941