Simple rundown. I THOUGHT I modded my Wii correctly in order to play GCN games via Wiigators GC Backup Launcher 0.2 I was unaware that I had a d3-2 drive sooooo.....I did a drive swap last night. I've almost got this working but i'm facing a few issues i'll try my best to describe and explain. Don't know if it'll help but also keep in mind that my Wii is NTSC and i'm playing on a 52" hdtv that supports NTSC. When I first start up the GCN backup launcher it starts up as expected. Seems to be centered on my TV screen and the colors look as they should. Well, when it finally starts to read from my multi-game ISOs the screen sorta glitches out for a split second and then the options to play the games appear in the bottom left-hand corner as expected. However the ENTIRE picture shifts down and to the right. It's no longer centered like it was before it started reading the ISO. I'm n ot sure if this is related to part of my problem. So here's the real problem. All of the games work....sorta.... So at least I know I swapped out for a drive that works. What's happening is that the games will not display correctly. Here are some examples. Take Zelda: Windwaker for instance. If I start it with NTSC, It will start up however the colors are way off and there are visible lines travelling sorta horizontally across the screen. The game is centered on the screen fine though. Also...my GCN controller won't work. If I press B to use the patched MIOS, the screen will just go black and nothing happens. If I press X for PAL, the whole screen turns green and nothing happens. If I press L for PAL60, the whole screen turns a fuzzy green. If I press R for 480p I get the same results as if I started it with NTSC. Colors all messed up and my GCN controller wont work. As far as other games go, I get similar results....although I can play some off them like F-Zero.....the color is just messed up. Maybe I forgot to install something? Or maybe installed the wrong version of something? Any help to get my games working....and looking normal...would be great. Thanks guys.