@2Play if you install windows 3.11 you need to choose /pcdos/ as the c: drive. Then do command “cd WINDOWS” Otherwise you will start installing all your windows games and software in the windows folder creating a huge disaster. There are a couple dos games you need to actually install the soundblaster drivers and set the c drive as /pcdos/ as well so it can find the soundblaster drivers folder. Personally i set my “pcdos” (i use a different name) folder as c: and “cd “game folder name”” on all games to avoid any conflicts.
I went through and cleaned up some of my rom folders and deleted all game lists and downloaded images on my PI. ES scraped ones and sselphs. I ended up running sselphs and turned out pretty good. 1 snes was hack-link which I expected, zelda parallel worlds. Which from maybe my reddit post, hack-link is the default screenscrapper image when it can't find a image. Another system, forgetting now, had maybe 10. That one has good videos and images but the name was hack-link. Switched it and was good. Nes did have a good amount but did actually download correct images and video. I noticed that most were showing correct info but in the game list the <name> was hack-link. Changed it and was good, it was just the name display that was wrong for most.
The ones left that didn't work and were fill the the psp hack-link name and info looked to be duplicates /versioned copies of a game. For instance super mario, super mario [a1], super mario [a2]. That might not be an exact example but a similar scenario. As I find them I'll fix them manually.