please bear in mind that W95 runs as a program under dos.
Therefore the pc needs be old and dos already installed, such that the pc operates without problem as a dos machine. Obviously this restricts the amount of memory and disk capacity etc.
Maybe the W95 floppy is not a bootable disk. Try starting the pc without the W95 floppy loaded.
If it boots up (with dos), then load the floppy and see what files are on it. Maybe something like install.bat, which should be run.
Good Luck - Keep us posted
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