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    my wavebird controller for gc isnt working properly

    I have a wavebired wireless controller that i tried using on the wii. However it doesnt work properly. I was playing the old wind waker zelda on the wii, and with the wavebird link just keeps going forward and i cant move back. Is it my controller or the wavebird doesnt work on the wii?

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    Quote Originally Posted by linktheman
    I have a wavebired wireless controller that i tried using on the wii. However it doesnt work properly. I was playing the old wind waker zelda on the wii, and with the wavebird link just keeps going forward and i cant move back. Is it my controller or the wavebird doesnt work on the wii?
    what do ya mean it keeps going forward? you mean the character during gameplay? well if so, i think its cause the controller sets the current analog placement as its center, so if you were holding the analog downward while starting, it recognized it being centered and moving forward.... if thats not it then, maybe it could be the batteries or channels the ir reads, if wavebirds have em
    If the Xbox 360 console falls and hits someone, especially a small child, it could cause serious injury.

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    Wavebirds don't operate on IR. They don't have the IR sensors like the Wiimote does. Instead they operate on RF (radio frequency). That is why you can switch channels on the wavebirds . . .it just changes the frequency up or down that the wavebird controller is using.

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    Quote Originally Posted by csiguy4u
    Wavebirds don't operate on IR. They don't have the IR sensors like the Wiimote does. Instead they operate on RF (radio frequency). That is why you can switch channels on the wavebirds . . .it just changes the frequency up or down that the wavebird controller is using.
    yeah sorry thats what i meant
    If the Xbox 360 console falls and hits someone, especially a small child, it could cause serious injury.

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