Console freezes when Forced NSTSC

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  1. Zancoph
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    I'm using USB Loader 3.0 REV 1260 / IOS 250 v10beta52 base 56, rev 65535)

    Some PAL games when I try to forcing NTSC they freeze my console.
    Others work with no problem.

    That only happens in a few games like: Pikmin 2, Wii Sports Resort, Just Dance 2016.

    Already tried converting the games with Wii ISO Renamer, but the same thing happens.

    Can someone please help me? Can I try something, or the only way is to buy a component cable?

    (Sorry for any English mistakes)
     
  2. kyle9252

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    Try using a different IOS
     
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    Which one?
     
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    AFAIK there are some games where you just can't force NTSC.
    They will not work and that is it.
    In fact, Pikmin 2 rings a bell to me. I think I saw that one listed with that exact unfixable problem.
     
  5. Zancoph
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    If I get a HDMI adapter, you think it might work even on PAL?
     
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    I don't think so.
    The best solution is just using the USA/NTSC ISO.
    Or perhaps region changing your Wii. That would work no HDMI adapter need.
    I suppose your TV supports (almost) any standard in the A/V input (that was the case with TVs in Argentina at least).
    So if you change your Wii to PAL region and let it output PAL video it would work with your TV.
     
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    Mmm, nice!
    So how do I do that?
     
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    There was something called Any Region Changer or so.
    It worked, at least many years ago.
    I don't know if it still is safe to use or whatever.
    Please if you are going to use it read a lot and ask around.

    PS: I really recommend using the USA version of the game if possible, it would be way less problematic than region changing your console.
     
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