I was using an SCSI card (ASUS SC-200) and everything was fine. I had a SCSI disk and a zipdrive on it.
Since i didn't need them for a while, i've removed the card
to put it on another (linux) computer.
I'm very surprise that now when i boot win95, the system
is falling into an infinite loop waiting for something comming from the explorer (this happens just after the welcoming audio signal)...when i press Ctrl-Alt-Del a window
appears with "Explorer (No response)" in it ??!!
If i kill the explorer the system fall back into the loop as if it had reloaded an explorer...means no escape my friend...
Strangely, if i diseable 32-bit disks drivers in the System Control panel the boot sequence doesn't hang...but of course the system is working with MS-DOS compatibility mode...that is absolutely not optimised mode...
Can someone help me with that anoying problem ??