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It's got nothing to do with burning / ImgBurn.

 

B&W is normally a PAL/NTSC issue.

 

That's not true because my ps1 didnt work on my hdtv but did on my non hdtv lol

 

 

Which means it's a PAL / NTSC 60Hz issue as LUK said. LOL

 

Strange because I've changed settings around, and nothing changed.. lol..

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It has nothing to do with the settings of ImgBurn - it has to do with the image itself.

 

ImgBurn takes 1s and 0s (lots of them) and feeds them to the drive which writes onto the disc. Then, if you are smart enough to have verify on, it reads it back and compares it to the source data. That's it! No change in settings will help you. Change them back to default. And get an image that is correct for your TV system (not from a torrent this time, eh?)

 

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It's got nothing to do with burning / ImgBurn.

 

B&W is normally a PAL/NTSC issue.

 

That's not true because my ps1 didnt work on my hdtv but did on my non hdtv lol

 

 

Which means it's a PAL / NTSC 60Hz issue as LUK said. LOL

 

Strange because I've changed settings around, and nothing changed.. lol..

 

 

You make no sense :sleeping:

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It's got nothing to do with burning / ImgBurn.

 

B&W is normally a PAL/NTSC issue.

 

That's not true because my ps1 didnt work on my hdtv but did on my non hdtv lol

 

 

Which means it's a PAL / NTSC 60Hz issue as LUK said. LOL

 

Strange because I've changed settings around, and nothing changed.. lol..

 

 

You make no sense :sleeping:

 

By PAL/NSTC i assume you mean the setting thats on my tv.. I changed that around and nothing changed.

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At the end of the day anyway It's Never an ImgBurn problem if something comes out black and white HTF can it be.

 

Especially when it's a game. If you have a video disc shot in black and white and you copy it with ImgBurn you get black and white ...What goes in comes out. ImgBurn certainly does not and cannot make it colour.

 

 

By PAL/NSTC i assume you mean the setting thats on my tv.. I changed that around and nothing changed.

hey lol google pal/ntsc issues and you will see some issues like your TV might well do pal / ntsc but not 60 hz or not pal 60 and also look at issues under certain connection limitations to said TV's ..Then get your TV FIXED or update it to a modern one. If it is modern email SUPPORT of whoever makes your TV Co's it's broken or a very poor brand for the 21st century.

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