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    Yeah go into the main Settings>Game Load and make your changes, this is the global settings pane and will effect every game in your library.

    For mario bros. check out davepm's guide: http://www.wiihacks.com/wii-games/28...ario-bros.html

    (If it's in b&w you might just need to change the force region setting to your console)
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    Depending on what region NSM you got i.e. PAL or NTSC and the type of Wii you have i.e. Euro, USA, JP, or other regions. make sure you download the correct region game otherwise Neogamma is your best bet as you can force NTSC or PAL480p.

    If you are like me and prefer things to run pretty as how developers intended, then you will probably benefit from installing the other IOS's found on download for USBLoader. Just run Hermes and install 222, and the others. I was having issues with the long 002 error, and black screen only from USBLoader app, but not from neogamma. So i recommend you try that out and see what works for you.

    I have to admit the HD is the best addition to the wii. cheers and good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdawg88 View Post
    Depending on what region NSM you got i.e. PAL or NTSC and the type of Wii you have i.e. Euro, USA, JP, or other regions. make sure you download the correct region game otherwise Neogamma is your best bet as you can force NTSC or PAL480p.
    This is an unnecessary step as usb loader is capable of running out of region games. In fact most loaders I'm aware of have this setting.

    @loping: As I mentioned before, black and white video is usually indicative of running the game with an incompatible video region setting. Force region to your console and the video issue should clear up.
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    Thank you again. Force NTSC did it. It is actually working in color now.

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