How To Play A Game Using PAL And NTSC

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For frequent travelers, PAL and NTSC video standards often cause a problem wherein a person has to either purchase a new version of the game, or wait for some time until they get back to their home country to play the games again. Though quite a frustrating issue for game lovers, it has a simple solution that is explained below:

1. Download a copy of ADR Patcher

2. Now you have to find the ISO file on your system that you want to convert. For this, either browse or directly pin-point the location for the Software.

3. Go to the conversion settings and change them to “.PS2 PAL -> NTSC PATCH ROUTINE (NO Y POS).”

4. Click the option “Begin Search” and once you are asked on screen for “Patch” option, click on it.

5. Insert a DVD-R into your DVD ROM and burn it with the desired ISO.

This should allow you to run the game on an NTSC system (or PAL if you started with NTSC).

So... what do you think? Please leave me a comment.

2 Comments:

  • Vale: What if you don’t have a DVD burner?
  • jade: I think you can easily download a DVD burner software.

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