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Old Apr 24, 2002, 11:58 PM
cluk cluk is offline
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Default CDR game not display correctly

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I am using Rmod chip + gameshark2

but my TV seems only show 4/5 of the game

I wonder if that gameshark's problem? since when the console starts I go to System Configuration > Wide screen - system did change to use wide screen (4:3)

Ater I reset and boot from gameshark2, the wide screen is gone and the whole screen is used - then I swap the FIFA world cup 2002 it seems only show 4/5 of the game screen and some upper part of the screen is not used

anyone has the same problem ??

Old Apr 25, 2002, 12:27 AM
syntaxx syntaxx is offline
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it might be patched with the wrong version patch. For example, it might be a kalisto game but a eurasia patch. Both patches were suppose to do the same task but they work differently because each version was ripped differently. Well at least that's what i think.

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