instal win95 from the CDrom drive on your desktop via a parallell cable using the interlink program in DOS the interlink programs are on the win95 disk or in the oldMSDos folder of a win 98 disk. there are various tutorials on configuring interserver and interlink on the net . just put interlink into google
A colleague at work wanted me to load his Win95 onto his laptop which didn't have a CD rom drive, I used horiz5's idea on MS-DOS InterLink (Interlnk.exe, Intersvr.exe & Interlnk.txt in DOS). It uses a serial cable, so it will take a number of hours, I left it transferring the Win95 files over night to the HD. It does require having DOS 6.22 installed on both the client and server machines.
In the morning I just run setup, it worked a treat.