Games loading in black/white

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Aug 19, 2009
  1. WARNR13
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    Newcomer WARNR13 Newbie

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    I have an external hard drive load ing thru USB. most games play fine. i have come across 3 that load in black and white. any suggestions? thanx for any replies
     
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    Member dewback GBAtemp Regular

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    Is one Mad World...

    just kidding

    sounds like the iso are pal format not ntsc
     
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    Newcomer AdamTheZombie Advanced Member

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    Aww... i REALLY wanted to make that joke.... Ah, what the hell...
    is one of them Mad World?! HAHAHAHA.... aha... heh... nice.
     
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    Thanx. I'll check them tonight
     
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    Member wyndcrosser GBAtemp Advanced Fan

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    FORCE NSTC in your loader. USB Loader GX has it under gamesettings and Disc Loaders have it if you press + or 2 (Whatever the WAD Channel says) to activate the setup menu before the game starts.

    -Wynd
     
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    my friend has this problem.
    she's on PAL wii, and playing NTSC games render in black and white (video cable's fault/old TV).

    on usbloaderGX, Trying "force PAL60" and vidTV ON solved the problem for most games, but the better compatibility she got was using "auto patch + VidTV on".
    autopatch is getting a better aspect ratio image (in one piece for example, auto is great and full screen while force pal60 render in 576i + little image).


    So if you are on NTSC wii, you can try force NTSC + VidTV, or auto+VidTV, and see what is the best for you.
     

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