|Looks like Win95 has built in support for the PCMCIA slots.|
"*2.2 Windows 95:
Installing the drivers:
Legacy systems in Windows 95 use the Windows 95 default PCMCIA support. This includes support for ATA drives. If basic PCMCIA support is not installed, it should be installed via the PCMCIA wizard invoked by selecting the PCMCIA icon within the Control Panel.
If there is a specific need to run real mode (DOS) drivers in config.sys, the drivers can be installed in config.sys from the DOS/Win3.x diskette INSTEAD of using the Windows 95 support. This is usually only done if there is a particular card which is not supported in Windows 95, which is rare.
PCMCIA Hard Disk Drives and ATA Flash cards are recognized as IDE controller devices by Windows 95, and will show up in Device Manager. The card may show up as a generic IDE controller, or with some vendor specific information to distinguish it from the IDE controller already present in your Thinkpad.
It is important to note that, like any IDE controller, this card will require the use of an IRQ, as well as an I/O range. If the drive is not recognized, checking the properties of the device manager entry for the card should be the first step in troubleshooting. Resolve any resource conflict issues before trying to go any further.
Once any resource issues are resolved, the cards will normally just work. You should get a drive letter (just one) assigned when the card is in the system."
It's been a long time since I set one of these up with Win 9x and I don't remember what I did to get PCMCIA working. Probably just followed directions as nothing weird sticks in my addled mind.