If this is your problem then here is a fix:
When you are running Windows 95 or 98, you may receive the following error message:
Stack Overflow: There are no spare stack pages. It may be necessary to increase
the setting of ‘MinSPs’ in System.ini to prevent possible stack
faults. There are currently <nnn> SPs allocated.
This error can occur when Windows 95 or 98 encounters an internal overflow of the stacks used by 32-bit Windows device drivers. Please note that this is not related to the “Stacks=” line in the Config.sys file, which is used for 16-bit MS-DOS device drivers.
Stack overflow conditions are indicative of errors in the device driver. Device drivers are allocated 4 kilobytes (one page) of space to be used as a stack. If the device driver uses more than 4 kilobytes of memory, a stack overflow condition occurs.
Windows 95 and 98 sets aside a number of extra memory pages (spare stack pages) to be used temporarily to prevent a system “crash” due to a stack overflow condition. When the stack overflow condition has passed, Windows 95 or 98 reclaims the temporary page. The default number of spare stack pages is 2.
If Windows 95 and 98 detects that it has run out of spare stack pages, the warning message stated above is displayed. Windows 95 and 98 continues to operate normally unless a device driver encounters a stack overflow condition when there are no free spare stack pages.
To resolve this situation, add the following line to the [386Enh] section of the System.ini file and then restart your computer:
YOu get there by using run and putting in sysedit. Then go to system.ini. Put this in exactly MinSPs=4 in last line under [386Enh]
If the problem persists, increase the number of spare stack pages by 2 at a time until you have 12 or so. Reboot after each one.
NOTE: Each spare stack page requires 4 kilobytes of memory.