Nothing, I'm probably going to delete it for another linux distro later on.
I just installed it and basically messed with it a little bit... I haven't messed with it in days. It took me a while to get Windows 95 to install (Mainly due to it being an upgrade). I Couldn't get cdrom drivers to work in windows 3.11 either...
I ended up making a new partition with dos floppy drive boot drivers (That have working cdrom drivers), and connected the windows 3.11 partition as a secondary hard drive.
But then I ran into a Windows Protection Error, which actually seems to be very common when installing virtual machines:
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I ended up fixing it on accident... On a reboot after failure to boot, it asks you to load safe mode, blah blah blah, I usually picked safe mode. One time I picked load from dos, then I loaded windows...
It loaded the rest of the drivers and it works ever since.