In the past, I had some success installing drivers for devices that weren't necessarily made for that OS. As a result, I forced the installation of Windows95 SCSI card drivers on a Windows2000 machine. My machine now will not boot when the SCSI card in in the machine, but when it isn't, it boots ok. I have since gotten drivers for W2000 for this card so I tried to install another set of drivers for this card, but that doesn't work either, same results, with card in machine, same blue screen, NOT BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH though. I proceeded, althouth not in SAFE mode, to delete all referenced to this device in the registry, after backing it up, but I am getting problems with inablity to delete the registry entries. I think that if I try to remove them when booted in Safe mode, it may work, but until I get a chance to try that, does anyone have any suggestions?