You'll have to use a program to burn the iso's to a CD. If you don't have a floppy drive you won't be able to use the one's for a floppy.
Burning an iso is different from copying. The iso contains information on where the programs are located on the disk - and places them there when it "burns". This is what makes the disk "bootable".
If you don't know how to do this, here's a simple, free, standalone (doesn't require installation) app that I use to burn all my iso's: http://www.silentnight2004.com/microburner.html
When you open it, just look for the box that says "ISO CD/DVD" and click on it - then follow the prompts to create an bootable disk from the iso.
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