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HD Loader + 16:9 = black screen?

Discussion in 'PS2 - Hardware boot discussion' started by Can2113, Feb 19, 2010.

  1. Can2113

    Can2113 Member

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    I just got HD Loader set up on my ps2 via a FMCB hacked memory card.
    I have my ps2 hooked up to my HD tv via component cables. Whenever i change the system setting to 16:9 and try to load a game (the only game i have installed at the moment is Jak and Daxter) it just stays on a black screen. It works perfectly in 4:3 mode, but Jak and Daxter supports 16:9 so i'd like to use it.

    Is there something im missing here?
     
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    Did you try changing it in the OPTIONS menu in Jak and Daxter
     
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    I've switched J&D to 16:9 but it still boots to black when the ps2 is on 16:9. The same happens with ICO too, so im certain its not the game.
     
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    I am not sure. I know on my HDTV I don't have to set anything

    If I change the game in its own OPTIONS, then it works fine.

    I don't change the option on the PS2 itself, but rather in the game options.

    I believe the PS2 setting itself only works on some games. Other games require you to Hold Triangle plus X buttons while its loading

    You may want to read through some posts on that
    http://forum.ecoustics.com/bbs/messages/8880/93483.html

    and here

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_HD_Enhanced_PS2_games
     

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