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willmill

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  1. I've got a HD DLP and when my mate brought his Wii around the VC games were running really jerkily. Once he got a component cable though the games were fine. There are far too many people having success with VC games via component to suggest it's to do with the console.

    I'm sorry to say it, but I reckon it's a problem with your tv :D

    I know how you feel, I have pretty much every saturn shooter and I can't play them on my 50 inch tv because it can't upscale the resolution :)

    I've got a component cable - couldn't get the official cable, so bought a gameware component cable from game.

    Strangely, this problem only started today, after I downloaded Castlevania from the VC. Before that, the VC games worked fine

    with the component cable.

    However, I have found a workaround of sorts, if you delete the savestates from the memory, and restart the game, it works without any problems, however, as soon as you hit the home button to go back to the Wii menu, it creates a savestate, and next time you try to load the game you get the same issue of flickering/out of sync.

    Only way of going back to the menu is powering off the system.

    This solution doesn't seem to work for castlevania though....

    Strangley, the issue doesn't appear to effect Mario 64 or R-Type....

  2. Has anyone had any problems getting the virtual console games to run in 576i on a HD TV?

    Both Ristar and Gunstar Heroes were running in 576i without any issues up until today, when I downloaded Super Castlevania IV, now they all flicker and are out of sync when they go from the default 480p that the system is set to by default to 576i.

    I've tried deleting all 3, and re-downloading them individually, but they still flicker.

    Mario 64 runs in 576i without any issues, so, it can't be the TV (I don't think).

    Anyone got any idea what has caused this and how I can fix it?

  3. A question for the guys with a wii. If you have mii's from your friends, can you send messages to each other? how many mii's of your own can you have on your own console. On the wii I hope to get, me and me four brothers will want to have our own mii's,so will this be possible? And lastly, has anyone gone online with the wii with the ds dongle? does it work?

    I'm using the DS Wifi dongle with the Wii and it all works without a problem, have found I had to deactivate my norton firewall before it could work though...

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