|How did you change the boot order? On modern computers it is assumed you may have more than one bootable hard drive. |
So, you must also choose WHICH hard drive to boot from first. That selection is NOT in the same location as the basic boot order. Look elsewhere for it.
As I stated in my first reply, the computer automatically changes the first hard drive to the last one introduced in the system. You need to change it back.
If you can't find that selection you may be able to select the WinXP hard drive by using keystrokes when you first start the computer. Watch for a notice on the screen. Usually one of the F keys to hit at that time. Will provide a menu to choose from.
To clarify the situation again, Win95 will not boot up when installed in the modern WinXP computer. Even attempting to install Win95 from scratch on that computer presents challenges that are difficult or impossible to overcome. You should still be able to view files on that drive but not run the installed programs.
If you enter the setup screens at start up you should be able to verify the 2nd hard drive is being configured by the BIOS. There can be many reasons why it might not be. Do you recall the capacity of that 2nd drive?