|I think MSD can only show up to 2400. That's the way it is on mine too.|
The file names look OK. Mine (98 SE) also had vcomm.vxd as a part of vmm32.vxd. Vmm32.vxd is a file that's created when windows is first installed and I don't think it gets modified. If it's gone you'll get an error message about needing to reinstall windows. So your file is probably OK.
One thing to consider would be to run regedit and delete the Enum key in Hkey_Local_Machine. That removes all the hardware settings so on next bootup windows sets up the hardware as if it was an initial installation. You'd need to have any drivers not on the 95 cd, such as a modem for example. Also, before doing that, you should create a folder on the HD named something like 'Win95' and copy the contents of the win95 folder on the installation cd into the HD folder. That way if windows doesn't initially see the cdrom you can direct it to search the win95 folder on the HD for the drivers it needs.
But it may be best to wait on that for others to post in. They may have a better idea.