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    Wink Black and White PLEASE HELP

    Hello evryone...Playdoe here.
    Got my Wii sofmodded through this sites incrediblely easy instructions. I have a 4.1 system. I've Burned a few games so far and everything has been great EXCEPT...last night i burned Lego Harry Potter. game loads and even plays, but one major problem, it's in black and white!!! Can't get it to play in color for the life of me. I run it under NEogamma and don't know if i should play around with the settings. Any ideas? i burned it with Imageburn at 4x speed and it was an iso file. evryuthing i've burned and played so far has worked just fine so why the black and white all of a sudden??Thanks...and Thank you for flying playdoe!!
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    play with the video output settings. like force it to pal if you have a 4.1E wii or to ntsc if you have a 4.1U or J or K wii

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    Realy, another black and White question. Try searchingj for "BLACK AND WHITE" on these here forums and see how many hits you get.

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    Im new on here ...seems like evrtime i ask a question i just get attcked...hwoa...you didn't have to answer u know.

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    I'm not attacking you. It's just that we see this question more times then you can count. If people would search a lot of thimes they can come up with answers to their questions quicker than it takes to type them out.

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    so...go ahead and type black and white. I just did and found no answers...you don't think i already tried that?? Or im just the first person to ever have the issue.?

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    Don't feel discouraged. It's just that questions like this are well documented in many guides and MANY posts around the site. It only take a few minutes to use the search. You may feel like people are attacking you but that is not the case at all, it just becomes obvious when one hasn't searched. We go by the "search first, ask later" thing here.

    Don't take it the wrong way...it is even listed in the forum rules if you have a look.

    Try different terms in your searches and read Emuhacks Ultimate Searching guide. It will help you immensely.

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    I even looked at the thread with problematic games...but nada.. thanks anyway

    Output settings on Neogamma?
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    I udertand and i thank you. The first timI ever put a thread on this i was yelled at also. Just thought this was a forum and what are forums for if not to ask questions...wether they're repeated or not. I actually typed in black and white before writing the thread because I knew I might get "yelled" at, found nothing, and then posted and guess what happened??. to a newbie like me I'm discouraged to even write anymore...but thanks.. it worked!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PLaydoe321 View Post
    I udertand and i thank you. The first timI ever put a thread on this i was yelled at also. Just thought this was a forum and what are forums for if not to ask questions...wether they're repeated or not. I actually typed in black and white before writing the thread because I knew I might get "yelled" at, found nothing, and then posted and guess what happened??. to a newbie like me I'm discouraged to even write anymore...but thanks.. it worked!!
    worked out already?

    its like this
    ˇNeoGamma Settings-

    Hooktype: Not routinely enabled. It is used mostly for debugging and Ocarina.
    Ocarina: Self-explanatory. You are either using Ocarino cheat codes or you are not. This setting has options for Ocarina SD or USB devices.
    Alternative .dol: Needed for certain games-less than a dozen games right now use alt.dols. Set to the disc setting enables a search of the disc for .dols and allows one to select the .dol to be loaded. Enable this only for those games that require an alt.dol to play. The "SD & USB" setting will load a .dol from SD or USB rather than loading the main.dol from disc. The .dol is to be in the NeoGamma folder and has a required nomenclature.
    Boot language: Option sets language to force. "Console Default" forces no language, "Auto Force" forces English on NTSC-U games, and Japanese on NTSC-J games. Forcing the language of the disc is required for some out-of-region games.
    Force Video: Option sets video mode. "Disc" is the default and nothing is forced. "Wii" forces the video mode set in the Wii settings.
    Patch Video: Should not be routinely enabled. Patches the video mode(s) inside the main.dol to the game's initial video mode. This addresses those out-of-region games with odd coloration.
    VIDTV Patch: Not routinely enabled. Used for persistent display problems with out-of-region games.
    Patch Country Strings: Not routinely enabled. Required for some out-of-region games; primarily needed by Japanese Wiis.

    play with that force video, or as mentioned force to wii region. should help

    good luck

    i liked the old live search (gone 2 month ago or so) brought so much better search results, i can understand it, search hits are arranged strange sometimes and you have to know where to look etc.

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