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    Quote Originally Posted by Gymdawg
    How long are the batteries supposed to last? We've used ours a lot since Sunday, and I think they finally died. I tried swapping in some other batteries that were lying around and they didn't work; I still get nothing but the four blinking lights on the remote.

    im thinking u have to re-sync ur remote

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    Okay, I was playing Wii Boxing, the training, and then I accidentally smacked the controllers together, and it wasn't that hard. Now, the wiimote completely stopped working. We tried bowling, and it won't even do anything, if you swing it for ANYTHING, it won't even budge. any help for this? I need an answer ASAP.
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    holy crap x_X uh...try resyncing them, restarting the wii, etc etc....

    i really hope the motion sensor inside didnt get f*ed up :/ if it is that then you should just get it replaced as soon as possible

    -SpideyKonfusion

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marthmaster
    Okay, I was playing Wii Boxing, the training, and then I accidentally smacked the controllers together, and it wasn't that hard. Now, the wiimote completely stopped working. We tried bowling, and it won't even do anything, if you swing it for ANYTHING, it won't even budge. any help for this? I need an answer ASAP.
    Lol, my friend was playing boxing and he smacked both together but only the side of the wiimote to the side of the nunchuck near the d-pad but it still works fine. I suppose he was lucky not to have done anything or I would have 0wned him
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    I was wondering...

    When I play Zelda TP, sometimes the sound coming from the Wiimote can be a bit loud, -especially- Midna's laugh. Is there a way to turn down the volume on the Wiimote? (I heard some people had done it before...but I'm not entirely sure)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilovekakairu
    I was wondering...

    When I play Zelda TP, sometimes the sound coming from the Wiimote can be a bit loud, -especially- Midna's laugh. Is there a way to turn down the volume on the Wiimote? (I heard some people had done it before...but I'm not entirely sure)
    this is actually pretty easy to fix, hit the House button, then go to remote options, and change the volume there :P

    -SpideyKonfusion ^_^"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marthmaster
    Okay, I was playing Wii Boxing, the training, and then I accidentally smacked the controllers together, and it wasn't that hard. Now, the wiimote completely stopped working. We tried bowling, and it won't even do anything, if you swing it for ANYTHING, it won't even budge. any help for this? I need an answer ASAP.

    Did the batteries pop out?

    Also, you double posted. . .

    http://www.wiichat.com/nintendo-wii-...e-problem.html

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    ok does anyone here know how to get the need for speed game on 2 player mode. i cant figure it out. it shows that its 1-2 players on the back of the box. let me know.

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    How to Solve 90% of these problems:

    TAKE THE TIME TO LEARN HOW TO USE YOUR HARDWARE

    Whenever you buy a piece of sophisticated hardware like a computer or Wii, there are usually many ways to configure it to your specific settings.

    To fix most of the sensory bar issues, go to settings and set whether it is on TOP of or BELOW the TV. BAM that should fix 50% of those problems.

    Second, if you are playing a game like Zelda with more precise controls, there is a configuration in the game for the Wii-mote. You can adjust the height-of-center by a range of +2 to -2. In my room at school my couch is close to the tv and this helps out A LOT.

    For those that can't change the volume on their Wii-mote hit the home button and go to the Wii-mote settings and turn down the volume. It even beeps for you so you know how loud it is.

    Im sure all this is in the manual but even without it, taking 5 minutes to explore the settings and options should be paramount to anyone with a new device.

    Home Network problems are just a bitch and the only thing you can do is keep asking for help, contact a professional, and be really patient.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stinabrat
    It tells me to eject the disk and power off/on. The disc might be bad, as the Tony hawk game works, anyone else do this?

    Will an update help me and how do I do that+
    I just had that problem as well.

    I used the power on/off button on the wii remote to shut down the console after playin wii sports, then a black screen and some white texts poped up telling me to eject the disc first then power off.

    I had to eject the disc then go click on the power off button on the console manually.

    Is there something wrong?

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