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you need to check the system requirement s and then go to our start menu, click run on the right hand side, and type in dxdiag and that will show you whether or not the correct sytem requirements for the fulll game. i think its most likely your graphics card in my opinion. but you will have to go down the list one by one and compare with the requirements to find out.
Yes, the reason for that is because you bought a game from another country it has to run through a format CD for that country (which you can find on the web) to format your PlayStation 2 to play foreign games. I hope this helps or solves!
According to information provided by the manufacturer, the Nintendo Wii is currently available in both the NTSC and PAL formats. Due to fact that the U.S. primarily utilizes NTSC-format devices, the vast majority of Wii's sold through U.S. retailers most likely would be NTSC-compatible models - this would also apply to the video games sold for the console itself. Keep in mind that there may be some exceptions, but they will most likely be limited to specality stores and direct importers.
In order to ensure that a Wii purchased within the U.S. functions overseas, you would need to make sure that the TV it is connected to is capable of supporting the NTSC format and that the video game(s) purchased for the console were obtained/imported through a country that utilizes the NTSC format as well (U.S., Canada, or Japan). Unfortunately, PAL-coded games may not function in an NTSC-formatted console, and visa versa.
The only solution I can think of at the moment is that you're putting them in the wrong slot. I fear for your intelligence if this is the case. Make sure that no dust has got into the card, that the card isnt damaged, and that they are inserted into the right slot the right way round. It should click if inserted correctly. If you hear a crack then you've done it wrong and snapped the card.