I had to remove "Plug and Play BIOS" from my System Devices. That did the trick. Now I just need to figure out how to coax these graphics drivers to install...
Now as for drivers, I don't know how much success you will have, but if you need it I'll help you all I can. I have several different versions of the Intel Chipset Driver Installation Utility archived, but I believe the last one that will install on 95 is version 3.40.1001 and it doesn't cover the 875 Chipset. It may still contain something useful, but I don't know.
I use mostly ATI video cards, and have several older driver packages archived for them, but I don't have much for NVidia cards. I have the Win9X ForceWare 81.98 installer archived, but that's all unless I have an old NVidia drivers CD somewhere...
Don't forget that you need to reinstall Windows 95 and install FIX95CPU per it's instructions. The method we used for the test does not produce a properly compressed VMM32.VXD or place the updated NTKERN.VXD file in the proper folder, which can lead to problems down the road with further updates, especially the Windows 95 USB Supplements. Also a proper VMM32.VXD is required for the use of RLoew's RAM Patch should you ever decide you want to run more than 512MB of RAM.
Keep me posted on your driver experiments.
This post has been edited by LoneCrusader: 14 December 2010 - 11:05 PM