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    Ca Help with USB Loader GX

    I have a Wii 4.2, yes I was dumb enought to update without reading first, but thanks to this site everything works fine. I have started putting back up games onto a hard drive using USB Loader GX.The problem I have is some of the games start up in black and white with the screen rolling. Any ideas?

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    Go to the settings and under region, force the region you are in.
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    Thanks I will try this. Is there anything I should do to the hard drive before backing games onto it? I did not format the drive.

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    If the games are playing you did ok, you just have to fix the other thing which is clearly a region issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oddgriffin View Post
    If the games are playing you did ok, you just have to fix the other thing which is clearly a region issue.
    In newbie speak, it's an issue of playing PAL on NTSC or NTSC on PAL

    As Odd says it's in the Region Options -- specifically a force VIDEO option I believe it's called in NeoGamma... and a patch video one... necessary when you play games not meant for your video standard.

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