Backup Launcher Configuration Menu

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Dec 12, 2008
  1. crislsizl
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    Newcomer crislsizl Member

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    hi, i would like to know what its about in the config menu of the backup launcher.
    i understand the force pat and ntsc but i don't know what its about the video patch, ocarina and theres something where you can choose gc pad and wii controller.
    i would appreciate some help
     
  2. kitt050383

    Member kitt050383 GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    The vidtv patch is for when you are playing a pal region game on a us console and the game comes out black and white... you apply this patch to get color...

    The rest are hooks so that the cheating app can link into the game and apply codes...
    Sometimes the normal hooks don't work so you have to use others....
    Wiigator used GeckoOS as his Base for his BackupLoader...

    Ocarina is the cheating app...

    for more information on GeckoOS and Ocarina visit:
    http://wiird.l0nk.org/wp/
    http://usbgecko.com/

    For Cheat codes:
    http://usbgecko.com/codes/
    http://wiird.l0nk.org/forum/index.php

    -kitt050383
     
  3. djdynamite123

    Banned djdynamite123 Master Of Hardcore!

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    Pal lol

    You only need to force video modes, when yout TV input doesn't allow PAL or NTSC,
    some games don't allow you to force, it will still give you a blank screen or even a green screen, my TV supports both on RGB AV2 so I'm sorted, i didn't know that till i changed my scart over due to forcing pal 50 on geckoOS using my modchip...
     
  4. crislsizl
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    thank you!
     

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