www.bootdisk.com W95a is a bit different than later W95 boot floppies, but I'm guessing you want the W95 install floppies, and you'd better have a good floppy drive. Also, look in windows>options>cabs to see if the W95 cab files are there, then use that address when the PC calls for the install floppies.
The problem may be in Device Manager. Run the scan in control panel>add new hardware, but I assume it's already calling for the install floppies.
As Proffitt usually points out, you didn't include other useful info such as Laptop brand-model, processor, W95A or later,modem,CDrom drive, how much of hard drive is used up?
The point being that you're limited if you have only a floppy drive to load stuff.
Does your laptop have a small Hdd limit of 540mb or less?
Whatever, you can cheaply buy (ebay) a 2.5" to 3.5" Hdd adaptor so you can slave this small Hdd into a regular PC, regular IDE ribbon, and copy over whatever you want, if you cleanup and have the space. W95 install folder is about 90mb. It's good to update to B or later.