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Trouble with Wii Remote

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by DLFick, Dec 26, 2007.

  1. DLFick

    DLFick WiiChat Member

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    Desperate need of help! Kids have new Wii for Christmas. The remote works to select the sport. But, when playing the sports, the players move on their own. Also, in Boxing, the Nunchuk works but the remote doesnt - we can box with the left hand but not the right hand. The solution may be something very simple - I don't know anything about the Wii so any help would be appreciated!

    Thanks so much!
     
  2. FR.

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    For WiiSports, the players (Miis) will always move on there own, you don't need to move the Wii Remote to make then walk or run, only to swing or punch. During boxing, there is a chance it might work but the motion sensing might not be being picked up. Make sure you are not to far or close to the TV when playing.
     
  3. Dinner

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    If your talking about Wii Tennis, thats normal so dont worry about it.

    Im not sure about this one =X Try resynching maybe?
     
  4. DLFick

    DLFick WiiChat Member

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    The batter is swinging on his own. I will try re-synching the remote. Any other ideas would be appreciated. Thanks so very much.
     
  5. Brawny

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    GRahhhhh

    Don't you people freaking read? (The older members I mean).

    DLFick, hit the remote a few times on your palm to try to "unstick" the accelerometers.
     
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    That's what I was going to say brawny. (As I do read)
     
  7. DLFick

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    Looks like that was the problem - we are "unstuck" and boxing again. Thanks so much for your help
     
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    Wii_Smurf No.1 Smurf

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    An easy way to Resinc [For any other problems you might have]

    - Hit Home
    - Hit Wiimote settings
    - Hit Reconnect

    Thats the way I ALWAYS do it anyways
     
  9. Skippy

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    Keep in mind that's essentially the temporary way to sync a remote to your Wii - mainly intended for cases where you take your remote to a friend's house and want to use it on their system. The main way to sync them is to press the red button in the battery compartment and then press the red button behind the SD card slot door on the front of the Wii.
     

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