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Wii-Remote sensor flicking

Discussion in 'Nintendo Wii Gaming' started by typh00n2k, Jan 6, 2007.

  1. typh00n2k

    typh00n2k WiiChat Member

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    hey guys, this is weird. my wii-remote works fine on the homepage and stuff, but while playing red steel, in keeps on kinda flickering, sending me in a different direction. i noticed it started doing this a week ago, but not as bad. What do you think i should do?
     
  2. Major Tom

    Major Tom Uss Clan *****

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    ummm

    Call Nintendo and ask them if thats a Wii problem or if thats just normal. But first check your batteries and sensor bar.
     
  3. Trulen

    Trulen Isn't here as much

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    I get this only in multiplayer. I can play every game, and REd Steel one-player just fine...

    But get in that multiplayer, and it'll jump every now and then.

    So I think it's Red Steel; but don't take my word on it.
     
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    Prez SeƱor Prez

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    I have experienced this aswell, but not in Red Steel, just on general Wii use.
    From what i've experienced, it has happened mostly when I have gotten to far, or too close to the sensor bar.
    Also, when on in awkward position/angle compared to the sensor bar.
     
  5. 3mpathy

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    Turn the volume down on your wii mote
     
  6. typh00n2k

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    ok thanks for your guys input... its just weird how in the game play this happens, on the wii menu and wii play every things perfect, maybe ill try zelda
     
  7. surprisejimmy

    surprisejimmy I like Wii.

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    lol how would that help?
     
  8. Shahzam

    Shahzam I would say...

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    check your batteries
     
  9. surprisejimmy

    surprisejimmy I like Wii.

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    i think it's actually an issue with the distance u r from ur tv and the size of it
    i had that problem with red steel also
     
  10. SukhKular

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    Do you have a sattelite reciever near your TV? Some recievers have little LEDs that mess with the IR signal. What happens is your remote thinks those LEDs are the sensor bar, but they're positioned far too close to each other, causing a jittering cursor.
     
  11. Gaz

    Gaz Poker Face :D

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    i had a similar problem when i tried my sensor bar on the bottom of the tv, instead of on the top, there's a big gap from the desk the tv is on, and the actual tv, and this made it flicker up and down about 3 -5 cm, put it back up top, and it worked fine :D
     

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