Fiirst, I worked for the US Navy and we had some of the oldest equipment to test, evaluate and record findings. We had 18-inch 80-MB hard drives, SIMD processors and 512-KB RAM, with OS as CM/2. The recorded findings went on a Zenith 286 with a 44-MB Bernoulli drive and 4-MB RAM. The OS was Win 95. I knew the guy who setup the machine and his job was to make it work so we could generate our reports.No, you did not. A 286 is not able to run Windows 95. It has nothing to do with speed, it's simply not possible on a technical level. The code can not run on a 286 CPU.
Second, your page is similar to the one shown by Chuck(G) and if you noticed the AHA-1522 page there are drivers for OS's Win 95 and NT along with OS/2. Just food for thought.
Third, I still have a SCSI PCI card that I used with 4-SCSI drives and CDROM on a Pentium Pro that ran Solaris 8. I no longer have the drives or the Solaris 8 for X86 as opposed to SPARC; I think the drives were all Seagate. Anyway the point was that I do happen to have some experince with SCSI even though it was mostly UNIX.