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    Problem with GC backups on the Wii

    I just tried my Resident Evil (Remake) NTSC backup on the Wii only to find out the audio is extremely out of sync in the cutscenes, no stuttering, just starts and ends way before, including in the initial animation of the zombie getting up, before the Start screen. My Wii is a PAL D2C2 one with a D2Pro9 chip, and every other backup I have works fine. Is this a known issue with this or other GC games, or is there something wrong with this particular backup?
    Thanks in advance.

    EDIT: I tried two different backups now, from different sources, and the problem persists. I also checked, just in case, and the GC audiofix has nothing to with it.
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    if all other gc backups work and this doesn't then that means that the file you downloaded is a bad file.

    if all gc games give the same reaction as this one then that means that there is either something wrong with the type of disc you are using, the speed you are burning gc backups at, or your modchip refuses to correctly play the gc backups on your wii.

    Hope this helps!

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    Try burning slower and see if it makes a difference. 4X or 6X works best for me.

    Quote Originally Posted by whysleep View Post
    I just tried my Resident Evil (Remake) NTSC backup on the Wii only to find out the audio is extremely out of sync in the cutscenes, no stuttering, just starts and ends way before, including in the initial animation of the zombie getting up, before the Start screen. My Wii is a PAL D2C2 one with a D2Pro9 chip, and every other backup I have works fine. Is this a known issue with this or other GC games, or is there something wrong with this particular backup?
    Thanks in advance.

    EDIT: I tried two different backups now, from different sources, and the problem persists. I also checked, just in case, and the GC audiofix has nothing to with it.

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