i cant seem to get any PAL games to work on my NTSC Ver 3.2U wii

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  1. RRGHOST2006
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    Newcomer RRGHOST2006 Member

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    please help

    i cant seem to get any PAL games to work on my NTSC Ver 3.2U wii
    backups are put to disk only
    verbatim dvd-r
    brickblocked then burnt using nero burning rom
    wii softmod NEOGAMMA R7
    cIOS_rev13
    all my NTSC games work great
    BUT NO PAL WILL
    IS THERE SOME PATCHER THAT IS RECCOMENDED THAT CAN SOLVE MY PROBLEMS
    PLEASE ANY ADVICE WOULD BE GREAT!!!!!
    besides dont play pal

    thanx in advance
    recently i was told to use gecko os and i cant get that working right for some reason
    what version of the os do you reccomend ?
    I tried using gecko 192 and it reports back NO DVD
    and i have tried older versions of gecko and again it wont work only this time it reports
    invaild wii app
    i have also tried a program called Wiizle Shizzle Dizzle and it changes the region to NTSC
    however it gives me a green screen ?
    where did i go wrong ???
     
  2. resincake

    Member resincake GBAtemp Regular

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    Have you got preloader installed ? If not, try that as you're on 3.2, with region-free options all enabled.

    Also, with Gecko, make sure you have the gameconfig.txt in the root of your SD Card, that helped me with getting Gecko to run games.

    The most compatible loader I have found though, is Softchip r99 , It as a very basic, text based interface, but loads anything I have thrown at it, it also allows you to choose the IOS you want to boot games off, so you could try 222 & 223 (hermes) to see if they amke a diifference.

    Thats the only suggestion I can think of, do PAL games not work off USB too ?

    Hope one of those tips help you.. good luck ..

    :>
     

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