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    Holdon bud, I also noticed one other thing... Are your games your running ALSO in PAL format??? JUST NOTICED your Wii's a PAL (AUS) Wii, are you setting your video to PAL50/PAL60?

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    yeah the games i downloaded are ntsc so i tried a few different settings and now of them work. For some reason none of my isos are showing up now

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka_sus
    yeah the games i downloaded are ntsc so i tried a few different settings and now of them work. For some reason none of my isos are showing up now
    Rip them off the retail discs and see if that works.

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    yeah i just ripped a game using the loader and it works fine. does this mean its and iso file problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by luka_sus
    yeah i just ripped a game using the loader and it works fine. does this mean its and iso file problem?
    The first one may have been a bad rip

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    alright I have some new PAL iso's. Is it better to put them on my usb using a program such wii backup manager like it says in the fat 32 guide or using creating a game folder on the usb and using discex?

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    The quickest, and most intuitive idea is to use Wii Backup Manager. Then you'll be able to directly load your games to your folders. Wait, we're using GC Games here huh... SORRY!!! SO SORRY! Getting confused between posts! Ummm... Use this guide, actually here. I'll do this:

    Rip RIGHT from The GC Guide :)


    1. Follow that simple setup to get run your files either compressed or NON/compressed Try both, some work both ways, it'll save space if they work compressed
    Last edited by angelsosa; 08-27-2012 at 06:51 PM. Reason: trouble getting listing to work... ugh!

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    I finally got it to work!!! I put it in the games folder on my usb and it didnt work so I also put it in the root of the usb and it works fine thanks heaps for the help

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    anytime bud! Glad you solved your problem!!!!!!!!!!! W0000000t!

    Keep that in mind, in case you see any similar scenarios where this might help man!

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