FREELOADER: Screen is all RED ?!

Discussion in 'Wii - Hardware, Devices and Utilities' started by g.crow, Aug 3, 2008.

  1. g.crow
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    g.crow beide mittelfinger hoch

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    pal wii, using freeloader to play fatal frame 4, which didnt work before.
    game plays, but the screen is all red - not a red screen but like a red filter. sry for my bad english.
    im using a brickblocked copy cause i cant find the original image anymore, is this causing the problem?

    greets
     
  2. Upperleft

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    i think the latest update killed the freeloader
     
  3. DaRk_ViVi

    DaRk_ViVi Sending you back... to the future!

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    The problem is the RGB cable, try to switch to scart or component one. If the problem continues it's your tv that doesn't support the signal. :\
     
  4. jaapie18

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    Is there no way to fix that red color problem on rgb cable. im using also an rgb cable
     
  5. g.crow
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    g.crow beide mittelfinger hoch

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    thanks for your help.
    i wonder which exactly is causing the problem for rgb cables, cause ntsc games which doesnt require the freeloader to work, work fine.
    ill try gecko region free now.
     
  6. DaRk_ViVi

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    If i'm not wrong it's a ios problem with other region games, it can be fixed only with a cios (i think i read it on geckos forum). :/
     
  7. g.crow
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    g.crow beide mittelfinger hoch

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    same problem with gecko.
    guess ill try to change my wiis region to ntsc/jp and try again
     
  8. Livin in a box

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    Changing the Wii's region won't do anything; it's whether your TV can read the signals that are being given to it. Some PAL TV's (but not many) can't read NTSC signals and therefore display the picture in black and white. You should always try to get a game of the same region as your own.