With Windows XP you can run programs in what is called 'compatibility mode', and one of the compatibility modes you can choose is Windows 95.
To do this, install the program, then find a shortcut to the program (in the program's start menu folder, on the desktop...). Then right-click on the shortcut and select "Properties" from the popup menu. In the Properties dialog, select the "Compatibility" tab. In that tab, check the box labeled "Run this program in compatibility mode for:" and select the appropriate Windows version from the dropdown list (in this case, Windows 95). Click "OK" until all the dialog boxes are gone. The program should now work just fine. I run several older programs on Windows XP, and I use this for all of them.
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