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Playing a NTSC backup on a PAL PS2

Discussion in 'PS2 - DVD backup discussion' started by jamesd3, Nov 4, 2004.

  1. jamesd3

    jamesd3 Member

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    Ive backuped a PS2 game on dvd-r that is a NTSC game and put it in a PAL PS2. It boots fine but its in black and white. Is there anyway that I can make it to be in colour

    Thanks
     
  2. DiZzYD

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    No you are doomed!

    Just kidden get DVD Loader
     
  3. Astrotoy7

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    he he - dont worry about dvd loader ! just find the 'system' button on your tv/remote and change it to ntsc ouput !! that easy !! most tvs have this nowdays. If your tv doesnt, then you may indeed need dvd loader :(

    mtfbwya
     
  4. petten

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    there's an easier way without added fixes and stuff ( an a lot of coasters)
    there is another I posted else also, here it is again

    simply use the cdloader
    start with the swapmagic-cd, load it up and change the normal setting to PAL or NTSC,
    then swap with the cdloader , switch with the dvdloader( if it is a dvd), and press X twice, then swap with the backup and the game is in colour!
    it play all my NTSC-backups(and original NTSC-games)in colour on a PAL-tv like this
    it just doesn't work for one game that I know of and that is star ocean( and still I don't know why)
     
  5. mogvinda

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    I think you can just buy a proper RGB scart cable, rather than the three pin cable plugged into a scart adaptor. That is if your TV doesn't have an NTSC option. You can pick up one of these for 5 quid.
     

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