To work around this behavior, delete your network drive mappings. To doso, follow these steps:
Double-click My Computer on the desktop.
Right-click one of the network drives, and then click Disconnect.
Repeat steps 1-2 for each network drive.
You can also work around this behavior by removing the Windows DesktopUpdate component. To do so, follow these steps:
Click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
Double-click Add/Remove Programs, click Internet Explorer 4.0 in the list of installed programs, and then click Add/Remove.
Click "Remove the Windows Desktop Update component, but keep the Internet Explorer 4.0 Web browser," and then click OK.
This behavior may also occur if you install Microsoft Outlook 98 from ashared network drive, and a version of Internet Explorer earlier thanversion 4.01 is installed on your computer. Outlook 98 automaticallyupgrades earlier versions of Internet Explorer with Internet Explorer4.01.
For additional information about how to resolve issues with shutting downWindows 95, please see the following articles in the Microsoft KnowledgeBase:
145926How to Troubleshoot Windows 95 Shutdown Problems
136651Shutdown Hangs After "Please Wait While..." Screen