Trouble using codes for an NTSC game with a PAL wii

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  1. heroftime
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    I'm using Backup Launcher Gamma 0.3 to load a burnt copy of NTSC Super Smash Bros Brawl; with the latest NTSC Brawl+ codes. The game works fine normaly, though I must enable "force pal 60/50" in order to avoid getting a green screen and a frozen wii. I do not have to do this for my other NTSC backups.
    However, when I try to load cheat codes, Backup Launcher tells me "SD codes found. Applying!" but seems to freeze and no longer responds.

    Any ideas what I may be doing wrong?
     
  2. G0dLiKe

    Member G0dLiKe who needs a title ;)

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    Well, you have to use codes for your region.

    Thats all.
     
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    Do you mean I'm meant to use PAL codes, as I'm using a PAL console? Or I'm meant to use NTSC codes as I'm using an NTSC game?
     
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    i didn't think that backup loader could handle all the brawl+ codes even if it could find them
     
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    I'm quite certain I'm using the codes of the right reigion; I'll try different combinations of codes to see if i had a bad gct or something. I won't report my results untill tomorrow morning in my local time.
     

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