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    It was shaky?

    Have you been drinking a lot of coffee?



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    When i first got my wii i had this same problem. But i remember some1 posting a way to make it "less" shaky anyways, what i did was go to Wii Setting --> Sensor Bar --> Sensitivity --> and turn it up from default (3) to 4 or 5 (for some reason i find 4 works better then 5) so try that

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    Ya im pretty sure its the sensitivity

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    If you move closer to the sensor bar, does the problem continue?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zero7980
    If you move closer to the sensor bar, does the problem continue?

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    I dont know, and what do u mean 0? >_>

    Does that mean, i have to get my wii fixed or wiimote T_T?
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    how far are you away from the sensor bar when you play?
    a good distance is about 2-3 meters from the sensor bar, and even if you are that close, it might still be a little shaky(which is normal).
    also, try sitting directly perpendicular to the screen when you play; see if that helps

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