Black and white fix

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by Black_Knight_666, Aug 10, 2009.

  1. Black_Knight_666
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    Black_Knight_666 GBAtemp Fan

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    Did any of you load your games through a backup launcher and get black and white picture instead of colour? I have a solution [​IMG]

    First go to wii settings and change ur tv set up to Pal 60 and load ur game via neo gamma and its in colour [​IMG] pm me if it doesnt work
     
  2. dsfanatic5

    dsfanatic5 Team ICO Freak

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    For those with newer tvs, the best option is component cables in 480p. The other best option is to "obtain" games from your region when possible, and not have to switch your settings constantly.
     
  3. lajd

    lajd GBAtemp Regular

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    This would work if your TV supports PAL signals. Older NTSC TVs don't have this setting
     
  4. Black_Knight_666
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    WiiPower GBAtemp Guru

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    Arrgh, i needed to deactivate Adblock to see that picture!

    Where's the news? Patching the video mode helps on some games to play them in color.
     
  6. Black_Knight_666
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    Deactivate it lol. It should work for you [​IMG]
     
  7. fishears

    fishears fishears

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    The VIDTV patch is supposed to let you play 50hz games on a 60hz only TV and vice versa.
    That's what its for.
     
  8. Alexrose

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    No shit Sherlock. The guy you're talking to MADE NEOGAMMA.
     
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