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Trouble With Woods 07 And Sensor Bar

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Hardware' started by adamkilla2002, Mar 27, 2007.

  1. adamkilla2002

    adamkilla2002 WiiChat Member

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    :mad: I have just brought a new TV it's a SAMSUNG 32" HD slim-line CRT TV and due to it being bigger than my old TV (20") and slimmer i had to move the sensor bar from under the TV to the top which is ok for all other games (i own 10) except for TIGER WOODS 07 as it does not seem to move when i hold B to take my shot .... everything else is fine and yes i have changed settings on Wii menu
    It is really frustrating as i have to almost hold remote in the air for it to recognise the movements and like i said every other game works fine with this set up

    HEEEEELLLLLLPPPP ME PLEASE
     
  2. GaryT85

    GaryT85 Super Gario

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    make sure the sensor bar is close enough to the edge of the front of the tv, otherwise the tv may be blocking its 'line of sight'
     
  3. adamkilla2002

    adamkilla2002 WiiChat Member

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    Nothing seems to be in the way.....Like i said dude all other games work fine
    When playing TIGER 07 i can select shot distance etc but as soon as i hold down B nothing happens and there is nothing wrong with my remote or button B....
    I have changed sensor bar setting to above TV and tried ajusting sensortivity
    The TV is in the same place as my old one too so i am CLUELESS
     
  4. adamkilla2002

    adamkilla2002 WiiChat Member

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    Help Me

    Has anyone else had this problem as TIGER was fine before i got new TV
     
  5. AZ_Wii_Tard

    AZ_Wii_Tard WiiChat Member

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    Nope no problems here. Mine works fine and I have used it on two different TV's. check your batteries in your controllers
     

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