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    Why is eveyone one having the same problem with their wii controllers, since I am having the same issue? Is this a way Nintendo can make more money from us?

    Are there any other fixes other than: powering off, re-sync the remotes, new batteries, turning off the console, swing the controller downward very hard (without slaming it on the floor) or crossing one fingers with one leg off the ground, hooping in a circle?

    Thanks.
    Future PS3 owner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kzx7rrider
    Why is eveyone one having the same problem with their wii controllers, since I am having the same issue? Is this a way Nintendo can make more money from us?

    Are there any other fixes other than: powering off, re-sync the remotes, new batteries, turning off the console, swing the controller downward very hard (without slaming it on the floor) or crossing one fingers with one leg off the ground, hooping in a circle?

    Thanks.
    Future PS3 owner.
    the remote is rugged... they thought through the design for the nature of it's use. (swinging and such)

    hit it to fix the accelometers...
    it's not "everyone" it doesn't happen that often

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    did this site jack this from here or is this information from some common wiimote problem source?

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    I have a question, not really a 'problem,' per se. Is there any way to make my second Wii remote the 'A' remote without restarting the system?

    Scenario: I play Guitar Hero III with one remote attached/inserted into the guitar, and now I want to switch to another game that uses the traditional Wii remote setup, and use my other Wii remote, without having to remove the Wii remote from the guitar (Since the Wii thinks that is controller 'A')

    Hope I'm being clear...

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    Still Wiimote problems

    I found your tutorial, but I still seem to have a problem with my Wiimotes. I have re-synched them several times, unplugged, changed batteries, etc. but I still get no cursor when I start up my Wii. The home button works, and the + and -, but that's it. The really strange thing, when I plug it into my guitar, the guitar buttons work like the wiimote should...Any suggestions? Thanks!

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    How far from the Wii can I be and still use my wireless Wii Remote?
    Nintendo claims the wireless range of the Wii Remote is 35 feet.

    Are you serious? I'm having serious doubts if nintendo can back that claim.
    my wiimote works ok at 10 feet (TV to the bed) but when my g/f and I started playing multiplayer we had to move the sensor bar down to stop the skipping pointers.

    Someone should totally go mythbusters on this claim and see if nintendo lives up to its claim

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    My WiiMote works great @ 10ft. Past that it gets all staticy. I tried it @ 13ft and it was wothless.

    Quote Originally Posted by josh85
    How far from the Wii can I be and still use my wireless Wii Remote?
    Nintendo claims the wireless range of the Wii Remote is 35 feet.

    Are you serious? I'm having serious doubts if nintendo can back that claim.
    my wiimote works ok at 10 feet (TV to the bed) but when my g/f and I started playing multiplayer we had to move the sensor bar down to stop the skipping pointers.

    Someone should totally go mythbusters on this claim and see if nintendo lives up to its claim

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    the cake is a lie josh85's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mithril
    My WiiMote works great @ 10ft. Past that it gets all staticy. I tried it @ 13ft and it was wothless.
    SEE! I knew that was a poo poo claim we should hold nintendo over a barrel with this

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    I've tried all your problem solving methods and still can not sync either of my2 wiimotes. All I get is the 4 flashing lights and no sync. Even tried and changed the sensor bar. No help there. Any more ideas?

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    it definetely can not go 35 ft
    that is a lie

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