1.Click Start; Settings; Control Panel 2.Open Network 3.Click Add 4.Click Protocol then click add 5.Under Manufacturers tab choose Microsoft 6.Under Network Protocols, choose TCP/IP 7.Click OK 8.If necessary, mount Windows 95 ISO or CD 9.Click OK and exit setup 10.Choose Yes (your system will be restarted) 11.Check internet
Maybe this can help somebody.
UPDATE: I found another tutorial tips.
After you install Windows 95, you may find that networking is not working in the guest operating system. There are several things you should check.
Either remove your virtual machine's virtual USB adapter using the configuration tools in your VMware product or - if your release of Windows 95 includes USB support - be sure the USB drivers are installed. Check the Windows 95 Device Manager to see if COM5 and COM6 devices are listed. If they are, disable or remove them. Be sure that NetBEUI was installed when you set up networking. Be sure that Windows 95 Plug and Play properly detected the virtual Ethernet adapter. If it did not, you may need to use the Device Manager to remove the adapter, then reinstall it using the Add New Hardware control
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