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User Info: sageyrain12

sageyrain12
6 years ago#1
Whenever I start a SNES game on my Wii the the video on my stops, my TV looks as if the Wii was turned off. when I press the Home button on a Wiimote it goes back to normal and I can see the game in the background then when the menu is closed the video stops again. The problem is only present on my SNES games (DKC1-3, Mystic Quest, FF4) with my NES and N64 games run perfectly fine. I deleted DKC2 and then re-downloaded it in hopes of solving the problem, I also tried updating my Wii which also did nothing.

Suggestions?

I'm sorry if someone else asked this previously and received a response. I made multiple searches (didn't look very hard because I'm getting tired. Sorry again!) and went through the many (stupid) questions on the Answers function.
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DeltaBladeX
6 years ago#2
What cable to you use?
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User Info: 656stooge

656stooge
6 years ago#3
Stooge to the rescue!

Step 1- Start game

Step 2- Press home button and go to Operations menu

Step 3- Plug in nunchuk

Step 4- Hold A, 2 and Z on the nunchuk all at the same time. You should here a noise

Step 5- Play game

Step 6- Thank you Stooge. I love you heaps and heaps

*Stooge wishes to inform you that a select few games do not support interlacing mode. Zelda 2 for example. To play these games you must use Av cables instead of component. For a complete list of supported games head over to http://www.vc-forums.com/wii/2102-list-vc-titles-supporting-wii-component-cable-interlace-mode.html *
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User Info: sageyrain12

sageyrain12
6 years ago#4
656stooge posted...
A much appreciated solution!


Thank you very much. I was going to do a quick speed run of DKC2 before this problem arose. >__> Now I can get to this tonight.
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User Info: 656stooge

656stooge
6 years ago#5
No worries. You might find that you have to re-download a few of your games if they're on the supported list but not working on your console, as NIN updates certain games from time to time with interlacing support and your current version might be the old one.

As for DKC, I seem to recall that they actually support the original 60 Hz of the NTSC versions. So they should be even better than the original versions you might have played on your SNES.
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User Info: Lum_Yatsura

Lum_Yatsura
6 years ago#6
VC games who don't software upscale to 480p (Neo Geo in particular), output at their native mode of approx 240p.

Which is usually fine on an SD CRT. Or through RF/composite/svideo. But some HDTVs do not accept low-res over component. As many PS2 owners who play PS1 games should know very well.

Like its name suggests this code in most cases forces interlace to games who were rendered progressive internally.
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