|As mentioned, Windows 95 CD's are not bootable. You will need a Windows 95 Boot Floppy, or you will need to use another machine/OS to make the drive bootable to DOS and copy the WIN95 Setup files to it.|
How committed are you to running Windows 95 on your modern hardware? Because it is no easy task. You will encounter several obstacles, not all of which can be overcome.
Windows 9x cannot use or read NTFS partitions without third party software (for 98 at least, not sure if this works with 95.)
Windows 9x cannot use Hard Drives larger than 137GB without unofficial patches.
(Use of larger drives without the patch will result in corruption.)
Windows 9x cannot use SATA drives unless drivers were provided for 9x with your motherboard and/or you purchase a third party patch.
Windows 9x cannot use more than 512MB of RAM without unofficial tweaks/patches.
Windows 95 encounters errors with processors >2.1GHz. This limitation at least can be overcome easily though IF you have 95 OSR2.
There are other issues, but those should be considered first.