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    Force NTSC display for PAL WII\Games

    Hi all,

    Is it possible to make PAL games on a PAL Wii display in NTSC?
    I tried using NeoGamma to force 480i (using composite cable), but I gives me the green screen.
    Alsom when installing 4.3U to my Wii seems to switch the Wii to NTSC, but then it doesn't run any games, it just gives black screen.

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sander Ashwin
    Hi all,

    Is it possible to make PAL games on a PAL Wii display in NTSC?
    I tried using NeoGamma to force 480i (using composite cable), but I gives me the green screen.
    Alsom when installing 4.3U to my Wii seems to switch the Wii to NTSC, but then it doesn't run any games, it just gives black screen.

    Thanks
    Yes you can I belive in the settings. However I strongly recommend investing in a hard drive to load backups. Save money on disks, lots more options and much quicker and easier to use.

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    I would like to know which of NeoGamma's options I should use, because I tried a lot which all didn't work.
    Getting a USB harddrive is not really an option, because the PAL Wii is actually brought to Holland from my family in Suriname.
    USB harddrivers are a bit to expensive as they don't use the Wii that often.
    They already have a lot of games, which they can't really play, because the Wii display's everything in PAL. Their television support only NTSC.

    I would really appreciate a solution to display all games in NTSC. If the System Menu is still displayed in PAL that's not really a problem.

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    Use component cables and change settings to force ntsc in the game settings.

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    TV doesn't support component signal unfortunally..

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