If you have a Win95 CD. Go click here and download a Win98 Startup disc as it as more CD drivers on it. Put a blank floppy disc in comp and double click the download to create the startup disc, then star comp with disc, have your Win95 CD in comp. Choose start with CD-ROM support, then at A:\> if your CD-ROM drive letter was D:\ it will be E:\ it moves up one temporary so Type E:\Setup and press enter to load windows over it's self. This will not harm you programs etc
From what he says I don't think .d has any discs to install from. There is no reason why the advice given by VoG should not have worked. I cannot remember now, but I'm sure the command to run Windows was built into Win95, and not part of autoexec as it was in 3.1. The advice I have been giving was a bit of long shot. The only other option I can think of is to change to a few directories (eg cd windows) and do a DIR to see if anything's there.
I assume the blue screen is the autoexec file. What does it say please, and do any lines have rem at the beginning.