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Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Chat' started by xVendettax, Sep 28, 2007.

  1. xVendettax

    xVendettax Elite Player

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    Well I got the NyKo Wireless sensor bar from Circut City. I come home read the directions which were pretty simple place on top of TV and press power button.

    But of course it wasnt that easy the Cursor doesnt even show up on the wii. So I read troubleshooting and it said to mess around with the sensitivity which did not work. I made sure whole bar was visable which it was. Ive tried about everything and well I really need it to work.

    So if anyone has one of these please tell me what the problem may be
     
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    Maybe it's not the sensor bar, but the Wii Remote. Check the batteries and make sure no sunlight is hitting the Wii Remote. If that doesn't work and you're sure it's the sensor bar that's malfunctioning, then call the company and complain.
     
  3. xVendettax

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    Im positive ive used both remotes both full battery power. I went to the company site they dont give any info. And I dont feel like calling them for them to say the instructions to me over again.
     
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    Im not that retarted...
     
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    I checked there in correctly just its not picking up my wii controller I tried re syncing also.
     
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    Make sure you have the sensor bar set for top of tv if its on top or bottom if on bottom and when you do a sensitivity check make sure that both of the dots are in the screen. If its still not working then i would take a video camera and record the sensor bar when its on...most video cameras can pick up if the sensor bar is working...

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=JTGSkYRDpWY

    Look at that link it will show you at the end of the vid what im talking about...if your not seeing that then it might be time to take it back
     
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    I know its not the batteries cause they were included with it. So just cross the battery crap out.
     
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    u probably dont have it set to the top of the TV. set it to that
     
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    Im sorry but this thing is makeing me mad it's almost mocking me by ill sit at my computer and look at the screen a Cursor shows up I turn and looka after hearing this click noise and it's gone.

    And yes it is at top of TV
     
  14. Axtlar

    Axtlar Del fuego he resurgido...

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    then let's just go ahead and say it: it doesn't work!! return it for a more quality rich product! like one from Nintendo, for example...Don't trust those cheap brands anymore.
     
  15. mario ownz

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    dude lol lmao might sound wierd but try it!!! so you dont feel bad that ur sensor bar is broken place 2 candles on top of ur tv or,were u preferably place the sensor bar one candle on the right and one on the left exatctly the width of the sensor bar ok and light them and that should be a good sensor bar while u get another new one rep if i helped p.s try moving the wiimote around till u find the signal ok
     
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    Axtlar Del fuego he resurgido...

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    That is a really cheap and ghetto way don't try it...
     
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    hmm idk but the regular sensor bar came with the same prob. it turned out that it was just little tabs under the sensor
     
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    are you sure the leds in the sensor work? use a cellphone camera and take a picture of the sensor bar in the on position.
     
  20. lazyperson555

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    You spelled retarded wrong lol. Anyway why would you even waste money on a wireless sensor bar when the wired sensor bar works perfectly?
     

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