Gamecube MultiGame ISO Creator

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Apr 18, 2009
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    i used this program to compile four games:

    luigi's mansion (ntsc)
    pikmin (ntsc)
    pokemon xd (ntsc)
    sonic heroes (ntsc)

    when i load the iso's i select to shrink luigi and pikmin and change region to USA. then click create multigame iso, name it, and the output file i get is a .iso file. I loaded it into cubeway+ and it said the region was europe (pal). i used cubbed+ to them check the compressed iso's and they were all ntsc.

    i have a ntsc wii and when i burned the multigame iso the gamecube backup launcher was in black and white and all the games were in black and white.
     


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    i know everyone is trying to get there own wii problems resolved, but could someone please respond? it will only take a second i think there is an easy solution...
     
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    Are you running hardmod or softmod?
     
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    softmod through gamecube backup launcher. all single game iso's work.
     
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    That's usually solved by using an RGB scart-cable.
     
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    Well since my Wii is hardmodded, I don't know much about softmods.
    But when selecting the game, do you see the real GCOS menu or does the softmod display its own menu?
     
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    the regular single games work in color i think its because the multigame creator is giving me a pal iso instead of ntsc.
     
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    maybe if i use a pal to ntsc converter to convert the multigame iso to ntsc? is there one for gamecube?
     
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    Yeah probably a PAL game. The same thing happened for me when using a NTSC game on an old crappy (PAL) TV.
     
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    You probably made a PAL iso by accident. I think the GUI switches it to PAL by default anyway.
     
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    NO, the oringial iso's were all ntsc and i switched to ntsc when making the multigame each time.

    but the output multigame iso is always pal...
     
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    You've tried it more than once? Try downloading the program again. It works for me all the time with games mixed from different regions.
     
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    which version are you using? iam using 3.4.4.0 don't ask where i found it because i don't remember
     
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    Could be a bug in that version. Try 3.2.4F+.
     
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    TC - I have the SAME issue. let me know if you figure this out.
     
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    i have tried every version and every combination of games (2, 3, shrunk, shrunken) and its always pal. this is really annoying now.
     
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    I had the same problem on my ntsc wii, made a multi iso and when i loaded it on backup launcher 2.0 screen went black and white, try going down to backup launcher .1XI that one worked with my multi iso, Im just waiting to see if wiigator will release another update hopefully fixing this problem
     
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    thanks - I tried that and it did work. However .2 has better compatibility so I would hope something can be done. I feel like it's an easy fix but no one seems to have found it.
     
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    Found the solution!

    Burn ONE (U) gamecube iso and insert it into the wii - let the backuploader find it then once it registers the game, take it out and replace it with your multi ISO disk. This puts the launcher into NTSC mode and it will work.

    Now I'm still trying to figure out if I need to get up each time and manually turn off the wii to play another game or if I can switch it on the fly. My wii controller doesn't even respond when I try to turn off the wii!
     

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