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    back up DVD played in Black and White

    I recently tried to burn an ISO image of Ben 10 Alien Force using Img Burn software on my Sony DVD writer. I could launch the game using Neogamma from the HBC. However, the game displayed in black and white intead of normal color.
    Have anyone seen this problem?
    Did I do something wrong?
    Can you guys tell me why this happened?

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    BAV

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    Yea you have a PAL game trying to play it on an NTSC console, you have to make sure you force the region to be NTSC 480i [or 480p if your using component cables]

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    There are a few questions that I want to ask you here.

    How can you tell if the game is PAL, or NTSC?
    How to force the region to NTSC 480i?
    I am using the composite cable, not the component cable to connect the Wii.

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    PAL is a european release, NTSC is an american release [or japanese release in the case of NTSC-j]. If you are downloading the ISO it should state in the description of the ISO if it's NTSC or PAL. In the settings of the Backup loader there is an option to force region [or force video], change to NTSC 480i [since you are using regular cables]

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