Weirdest NAND question ever.

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Jan 2, 2010

Weirdest NAND question ever. by SFenton at 10:00 AM (1,172 Views / 0 Likes) 9 replies

  1. SFenton
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    Basically, one of the things I'd like to do with my new drumset is play GHWT with it. Now, my drums have the dreaded dual-trigger syndrome that unfortunately does not allow me to play the game. I've heard that on some Wiis it works just fine- I'm wondering if it could be something with the NAND or something completely hardware related? I'm out of ideas besides some USB-MIDI cables that are on the way.

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    Do you really expect anyone on this forum to know what you're talking about?
     
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    Just because you dont understand doesnt mean everyone else doesnt either -.-

    Anyway, back to your question. Prehaps just restore your NAND and see if thats works?
     
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    just bring the drumset to a friends house and try it there, if it still shows that problem its hardware related.

    just do some basic troubleshooting, before asking how to solve it
     
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    how the hell would it be related to the nand
    do you even know what the nand is?!
     
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    Thank you for proving my point about this forum being filled with noobs.
    A NAND restore isn't going to change how the hardware signals are interpreted.
    If the double hits really are triggered by the note-off events and there's no way to tell the kit not to send them, I think you're out of luck. Just play RB2 instead, it didn't care about note endings when I was playing keyboard-drums.
     
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    Point proven. Unfortunately for me, Rock Band 2 registers the NOTE-OFF s a hit.

    Gee, I wish this thread could be deleted now.
     
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    The elusive triple negative....

    and no, this is not a NAND question [​IMG]
     
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    Well, the thing is, it works for some and doesn't for others. I was just hoping that if anyone on here had one that worked if there was anything special on their NAND.
     
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    Compare the IOS versions. The game requires IOS37(?), maybe a later version of the IOS has better/worse drivers than the old one. And if it does not use IOS37, i guess the people with the problems are playing from usb.
     

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