Y-Fix?

Discussion in 'Wii - Backup Loaders' started by Smash58, May 24, 2010.

May 24, 2010

Y-Fix? by Smash58 at 5:43 AM (764 Views / 0 Likes) 2 replies

  1. Smash58
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    Hello,

    Sorry if this question has been answered but I've been trying all day to fix this and I have thoroughly searched the internetz with no avail...

    I am trying to play a backup of the PAL version of Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3. I have successfully ran the game on a few different loaders but I am have one issue that is causing me a problem. I prefer to use the Japanese voices of the in-game character with English subtitles, but the subtitles get an entire line cut off on the bottom because the screen is too tall. I know this is because I am running a PAL game on an American television and Wii. So I am wondering if there is some sort of y axis fix that I can use on the iso or an option in the loader. Force NTSC wont allow the game to boot in the backup loaders I've tried(green screen)

    backup loaders I've tried are:
    Neogamma latest beta
    Backup Loader Gx - latest stable
    Configurable Backup Loader - latest stable

    setting I've tried
    Force NTSC - green screen
    Force Pal 50 & 60 - black screen
    VIDTV - yes (no change)
    Patch Video- All or Yes (required to run game)
    IOS- 222 required ( I think ) - haven't tried every option here


    Thanks for all your help.

    Wii System Menu - 3.2u

    EDIT:

    PS- I have tried every "screen adjust" option I have. In-game, Wii system menu and TV. I only have a left and right option not up and down

    EDIT 2:
    Managed to get Force NTSC to work on neogamma but no change...
     
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    really?
     

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