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God Motherfucking Damnit

So apparently, the Virtual Console is useless?

I have three games - one that used to work - that will no longer work because my TV (19" Envision HDTV) gives an "OUT OF FREQUENCY" error when I try to play them (so far, those titles are Baseball Stars 2, Super Mario Bros., and SMB2: Lost Levels). I'm running on component cables, and while I'm sure I could switch the component cables for A/V, that would defeat the purpose of owning $40 component cables in the first place (namely, to play my games in somewhat sharp 480i).

Anyone have any ideas? Between this, and the memory management issues I'm having, this is making me a very unhappy motor vehicle.

EDIT: It should be noted that 1) SMB2 used to work, and 2) These are the only games I know are having problems. I can get out of the issue by hitting the Home button, but then, I have to take it back to the Wii menu.

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ext_23616
Feb. 12th, 2008 01:39 pm (UTC)
None of the SNK games on the VC work in Hi-Def. it even gives you a warning about that in the info about the game and there's a thing on Nintendo's website how to make them show up if your TV is set to HD.

You can't upconvert a lot of old games. That's simply how it is, either on the original system or through the VC emulation.