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    Green Line At Bottom Of Screen playing last story via cfg

    Never Seen This Before i tried other games like syward sword and tales of symphonia and this doesnt happen but when i try to play the last story for some reason its there i tried the video patch and vidtv even though i dont know what they do and i tried game deafult for region its a us version i have the pal version also and i have both saves on the console could this be the problem
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    When you force video output to PAL or NTFS, you should be matching your TV. Not the game.

    So if you have a PAL Wii on a PAL TV with the NTFS version of the game, force to PAL.

    If you have an NTFS Wii with an NTFS TV with the PAL version of the game, force NTFS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llaffer View Post
    When you force video output to PAL or NTFS, you should be matching your TV. Not the game.

    So if you have a PAL Wii on a PAL TV with the NTFS version of the game, force to PAL.

    If you have an NTFS Wii with an NTFS TV with the PAL version of the game, force NTFS.
    i have a ntfs wii and the ntfs game on my usb i have both ntsc and pal versions of the game but i only have the ntsc version on the usb which im trying to play it works fine its just that stupid green line i ripped the game 3 times cause i though it was a bad read or something

    Also i tried the game with usb loader gx and got the same thing i havnt updated my softmod in a while you think something couldve gotten corrupted

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    Are you using component or standard AV cables? Check and make sure you have the cables connected properly.

    If I spelled something wrong, I'll just blame it on auto-correct

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNES_Master View Post
    Are you using component or standard AV cables? Check and make sure you have the cables connected properly.

    If I spelled something wrong, I'll just blame it on auto-correct
    tried component and composite tried everything it only does it when i load from usb tried the disc and its not there. tried other games just to see if it was my usb, skyward sword ran fine and so does tales of symphonia but when i load the last story its there

    Update yea i dont know what is causing it i just updated my softmod and reformated my usb drive and its still doing it i just went to back to the disk
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    @llaffer:

    I think you've got NTFS (as opposed to NTSC) on the brain, lol

    From nightstah "call me Freud"

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightstah View Post
    @llaffer:

    I think you've got NTFS (as opposed to NTSC) on the brain, lol

    From nightstah "call me Freud"
    Too many damned letters to keep track of. Be glad I didn't start calling anything VXML, DTMF, PSCC, or PLCC. Those are the 4-digit letters I deal with at work.

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