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    Quote Originally Posted by ciper
    The point is that your reply was a waste of time and space. I should've just reported it to the moderators but instead I would rather publicly ridicule you.

    Can you explain how "Hmmm..." helps anyone?

    ok does this arguement have ANYTHING to do with helping this guy? no...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kiraownsurmom
    ok does this arguement have ANYTHING to do with helping this guy? no...
    I posted that he probably has another source of IR in the room. That helps
    You posted "hmmm..." which on some forums would be enough to get you temporarily banned. Since the moderators are overwhelmed on this board I took responsibility to bitch at you.

    Quote Originally Posted by zephyr1080
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=TcT2mwLLXMs

    That video tells u all u need
    Thats not a very good solution. The Wiimote will be even more susceptible to stray IR.

    Quote Originally Posted by Iranian Wii
    the mouse which shows up on my screen is very shakey when I am moving the controller around.
    Try turning off all the lights and closing the blinds so the room is completely dark and see if the issue goes away.
    Last edited by ciper; 06-10-2007 at 06:22 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciper

    Thats not a very good solution. The Wiimote will be even more susceptible to stray IR.
    he said if you are seeing more than two lights turn the settings down until you only see two. If you see 2 lights then turn it up till you still see two lights. Seeing 2 lights on sensitivity 5 is the best result. His solution is good.

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    Try to go a bit further away form the motion detector..

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    This might help also, from Nintendo site:

    Cursor is off-center, jerky, erratic, disappears, etc.
    * Verify that the Wii Remote's pointer lens is free of obstructions and contamination (stickers, heavy smudges, etc.). The pointer lens is the tinted rectangle at the end of the Wii Remote.

    * Try using another Wii Remote, if possible, and check to see if you experience the same problem.
    o If only one Wii Remote is not responding correctly, there is likely a problem with the Wii Remote. Please click here for repair information.
    o If more than one Wii Remote is not responding correctly, or if you only have one Wii Remote, please continue with troubleshooting.

    * Check the Directional Sensor Functionality by turning the Wii Remote upside down so that the buttons face the ground. If the cursor doesn't point down, this indicates a problem with the motion sensor in the Wii Remote. Please click here for repair information.

    * Verify that there are no bright light sources, including sunlight, behind or near the TV, shining towards the Wii Remote or reflecting off the TV screen. Avoid sources of infrared light in the gameplay area such as electric, propane or kerosene heaters, flames from fireplaces or candles, and stoves or other sources of heat. If there are bright lights shinning directly behind the TV or on the screen, turn the lights off.

    * Make sure that the Sensor Bar is setup correctly:
    o Check the cord on the Sensor Bar for any frayed wires or kinks, and verify that the Sensor Bar is free of obstructions.
    o Verify that the Wii Remote is being used between 3 and 8 feet directly in front of the TV, and that the Sensor Bar is placed properly (see Sensor Bar setup).
    o Make sure that the Sensor Bar sensitivity is properly set:
    + The Sensor Bar sensitivity determines the distance the player can be from the TV. If you move out of the range of the Sensor Bar the cursor can become erratic. For information on adjusting the Sensor Bar sensitivity, click here.
    + The higher the sensitivity is set, the more susceptible the Sensor Bar is to light and infrared heat sources. Make sure there are no bright light sources, including sunlight, behind or near the TV, shining towards the remote or reflecting off the TV screen. Avoid sources of infrared light in the gameplay area such as electric, propane or kerosene heaters, flames from fireplaces or candles, and stoves or other sources of heat.

    * Verify Sensitivity Setting dots:
    Go to the Sensor Bar's sensitivity setting in the Wii menu (click here for directions on accessing this feature).
    o If only one or no dots appear on the sensitivity screen, there is likely a problem with the Sensor Bar. Please click here for repair information.
    o If there are more than two dots, then it appears there is an additional light or infrared heat source being picked up by the Wii Remote. Avoid sources of infrared light in the gameplay area such as electric, propane or kerosene heaters, flames from fireplaces or candles, and stoves or other sources of heat.
    o If both dots appear and the erratic behavior continues even when you move closer to the TV, there is likely a problem with the Wii console and it will need to be repaired. Please click here for repair options.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephyr1080
    he said if you are seeing more than two lights turn the settings down until you only see two. If you see 2 lights then turn it up till you still see two lights. Seeing 2 lights on sensitivity 5 is the best result. His solution is good.
    That guy is a wrong for saying such thing. What you pasted from the Nintendo site proves it. There should never be more than two dots on any sensitivity level.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ciper
    That guy is a wrong for saying such thing. What you pasted from the Nintendo site proves it. There should never be more than two dots on any sensitivity level.
    The point of the sensitivity option is so you can filter out any unwanted non-wiimote IR sources. You filter out the other IR sources by toggling the sensitivity till you see only two blinking dots.

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    The sensitivity is to help your Wiimote function at long distances. The lower the sensitivity setting the better result (assuming you can get two solid dots at the lowest setting)

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    Quote Originally Posted by zephyr1080
    http://youtube.com/watch?v=TcT2mwLLXMs

    That video tells u all u need
    Thank you very much, that video was very helpful *REPPED*

    Ciper: But obviously your two posts that didnt pertain to the topic dont deserve any ridicule, right?

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    i have this problem too, thanks zephyr!

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