Definitely not. Ram is what matters most for servers, and 512 MB of ram is simply not enough for forge mods.
It may just barely work for 4 people, but it will lag a lot. You're better off buying a cheap desktop from /r/hardwareswap or ebay and running it off there.
The mame.exe (or mame64.exe) has extensive command line help built in. Just open up a command prompt, navigate to your MAME directory and type "mame -showusage" for a list of them.
The most basic command line would be:
You can also get a list of configuration options with:
Which will list what your configuration ...
Theme Hospital is a DOS game (well, and playstation) and as such only runs on VGA resolution.
There are open source clones which support higher resolutions though I haven't tried them, for more information on that see https://www.gogwiki.com/index.php/Theme_Hospital
As a bonus of the open source clone you don't need a virtual machine anymore, ...
Unfortunately, what you want isn't possible:
Microsoft's RDP uses a it's own graphics driver which converts the rendered screen into network packets to send to the client.
This is the core of how RDP works and you cannot change it.
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Unfortunately, your Windows XP host poses a bit of a problem. It means that Steam's In-Home Streaming will not ...
Are you sure the CD is even checked, i.e. it starts spinning? Some games are sensitive to presence of multiple drives (especially virtual drives, which are often used to play pirated images of games) and require the CD to be included in the first letter drive (e.g. D:).
If SpellForce employs StarForce, an OS restart is needed after the game (and StarForce ...
It is noteworthy that by now all C&C games that can be bought via Origin can be played without trouble on modern Windows.
I just downloaded the original C&C and could start it without any problems on a 64-bit Windows 10.
No patches or special settings necessary.