Wii black and white flicker

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May 4, 2009
  1. milkaholic123
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    This is how it all started

    i started out with ver 4.0U. i installed 3.0E accidently, then updated to 4.0E then installed 3.2U. i tried to change the settings but it wont let me and the system menu is 3.2U and the region is in USA. the message in the anyregion changer says that the setting mismatch when the region and system menu match. but im not entirely sure if they match so i come to you people because i thought you would know if they match. also it says
    UNEXPECTED ERROR: SYSCONFIG Value
    -1017
    the flicker is still there and i want it gone. someone came up a solution to this but it is just plain not working.
    this is how it looks like
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VTYVt7Wnktk...feature=channel
     
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    Thats similar to what old PAL TVs do when given an NTSC signal. Weird, have you tried the Wii on another TV?

    AnyRegionChaneger help good luck!
     
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    no but if it were to take out the flicker, the black would still be present
     
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    The black? sorry I don't get you.
     
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    oh sorry black and white.
    should i uninstall the custom ISO in my wii and then change the video mode or is it tooooo dangerous to do that?
     
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    Don't delete any IOS 61 and below!. Have you tried IOS downgrader/cIOS downgrader method?
     
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    so ur saying i would have to change the ISO to match the region and system menu?
     
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    maybe someone else can confirm this before he tries...
    you need the RVL-Rgnsel and RVL-WiiSystemmenu wads extracting from a correct region game ISO with wiiscrubber or truchasigner. Messing with regionselection and systemmenu can brick you so someone more experienced may want to take over from this point as I don't wish to be responsible for a bricking lol.
     
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    @moderator - I think this thread needs moving!
     
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    why does it say
    UNEXPECTED ERROR: SYSCONFIG Value -1017
    when i try to fix the video mode.
    and anyregion changer says a warning that the settings mismatch when the region and system menu match. do they match?
     
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    i'd guess not
     
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    can you find anyone who has experience or the moderater
     

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