Also, do not be surprised when your laptop does not recognize the new drive at full capacity. There have been a number of BIOS limitations over the years, and yours might be 512MB, 2GB, 4GB, or 8GB. The drive manufacturer might still have available software called a drive overlay which loads at boot up and allows the full capacity to be accessed.
One more thing: Win95 cannot format FAT32 partitions greater than 32GB.
thanks for your feed back, it was very help full but i was wondering if you could help me more.
will a new drive with windows on when i boot it up will the bios let it run the softwear on the drive and will the drive auto run the windows to install it on my laptop becouse how do i get into dos to run it.