Playing Trucha signed PAL games on NTSC from GeckoOS :S

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  1. mrplowdan
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    Well it seems I cannot get my PAL version of custom Guitar Hero to play on my NTSC Wii, I've got a D2Pro9 working great. I can play PAL backups fine as long as they are not trucha signed. If I use GeckoOS no matter what I force the video to it always tries to load it as PAL and the screen goes black and white scrolls. Patching the iso to NTSC still doesn't work as I still have to load it wist GeckoOS and it does the same thing. I tried the colourfix version of Gecko and a couple other but I've had no luck. This happened on another PAL game after I trucha signed it aswell.
     
  2. linuxares

    linuxares GBAtemp Psycho!

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    Got the latest version? Force it to use PAL.
     
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    Yes, I'm using the latest colourfix version. Forcing PAL 50, PAL 60, NTSC with or without the videofix doen't work, they all still boot as PAL.
     
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    Are you on 3.3 of the Wii firmware?
     
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    yes, or else I'd just run it from the disc channel
    I'm going to see if patching main.dol with Wii Video Mode Changer then re-trucha signing then patching it with regionfree will let me play it from gecko, burning right now...
     
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    patching main.dol with Wii Video Mode Changer then re-trucha signing then patching it with regionfree worked in gecko as long as I force video mode to NTSC, yay good enough