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50 hz / 60 hz Problem.

Discussion in 'Winning Eleven' started by Thoma, 26 April 2006.

  1. Thoma

    Thoma NUFC 4 LIFE!!!

    18 May 2005
    Newcastle, UK
    I use Swap Magic with my WE 10. It loads and plays fine, but in black and white. I am assuming this is to do with the 50hz / 60 hz settings. :( The black and white usually happens when i put 60hz setting on, as the TV in my room is crappy. When i play it downstairs, it works fine, in perfect colour.

    Can anyone tell me whether there is still the choice at the start, or if there is an option in the menus somewhere?

    Thanks... :)
  2. jogi

    jogi Little Thoughts

    4 August 2003
  3. Thoma

    Thoma NUFC 4 LIFE!!!

    18 May 2005
    Newcastle, UK
    OK, Thanks a lot m8 :)
    If I get an ISO from the origonal disc onto the PC, is there no way to change it to 50hz? (sorry if that's a stupid question):shock:
  4. lexsteele

    lexsteele Non-League

    3 February 2006
    Google's your friend. Search for Jayteemaster2003 and you can get a small program that allows you to patch an image into 50hz mode.

    Hope this helps:)
  5. roofio86

    roofio86 League 1

    25 September 2003
    I had this exact same prob, so as a temporary fix Im playing it through my laptop using Dazzle 90 and AMCap! Although if someone could help me as to why there is no sound that would be great!
  6. Dar

    Dar Part Timer Staff

    21 February 2003
    Just buy an RGB cable. If you're getting a black and white picture, it means your TV is at least 60Hz compatible (otherwise you'd just get rolling picture), so all you need for colour is an RGB cable, they're not very expensive, but well worth it.

    They'll also improve your picture quality for all other games as well. :thumbup:
  7. Thoma

    Thoma NUFC 4 LIFE!!!

    18 May 2005
    Newcastle, UK
    Thanks a lot!
    I'm gonna try today for a RGB cable, then if not I'll probably try that patch. ;)
  8. Zygalski

    Zygalski Ninja Samurai

    2 February 2003
    London, UK
    Some RGB cables aren't good as others. I know of one from Dixons that would compress the screen size to widescreen and wouldn't let you stretch it out again.

    I'd recommend a cable like this one:


    which is available from
    although I didn't get it from here.

    And remember to use your PS2 cable in your TV's number one scart socket for the best quality picture.

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