I simply took another PC, now it works. Got freedos on the hd.

Only thing that would be neat is USB mouse support. Read about USBMOUSE and 
to FDCONFIG.SYS - unfortunatelly without success.

Is a special driver for that 25pin serial interface necessary?

> If I have to guess: Maybe the installer is on the
> virtual floppy drive and the CD-ROM driver does
> not recognize your drive? Do you see any FreeDOS
> content on the D: or E: drives? In general, there
> should be an area with lots of ZIP files with the
> packages on your CD: If the installer has issues,
> try telling it where the zips are, or if all else
> fails, just unzip the files to the freedos dir on
> your target disk (e.g. DOS partition on harddisk)
> as unzipping is the main install step anyway. You
> will still miss the other installer details done
> with the ZIPs, but you will have the contents :-)

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