I realized that my cursor on the Wii was four or five inches down from where the emitter was pointing. I don't know what caused it; it must have been over time because I didn't notice it until I tried using a gun accessory. As far as I know my Sensor Bar hasn't moved in the slightest. How can I reset the alignment?
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You can go to your GPS page and zoom out and then using your cursor pad and move your cursor so it is in the general area of your coordinates. Start zooming in andifferent as you do the the lat, long readings on your screen will become more precise. Continue to adjust your cursor position so the coordinates match up with known position you have. Continue until the cursor position on screen and your known coordinates match.
Push "ENTER" twice. Your way point will be saved at the current position of the cursor.
Push your cursor pad to bring up your crosshairs on the GPS screen. Save that waypoint, then go in and edit the coordinates to match your location data and save it. The waypoint you created will move to the new coordinates.
Make sure your batteries are new or fully charged if you have rechargeable batteries in. I would re-synchronize the wiimote, by opening the face flap down on the front of the Wii, pressing the red button to start synchronization while the wii is on, and then the red sync button on the back of the Wiimote where the batteries are. If this does not work, it probably means that the cable that connects the sensor bar to the Wii has been cut by either a cat or a child, which happens often to these thin guaged wires. All you have to do if that is true, is make it a clean cut on both ends, then melt away about 1/4 inch of the insulation with a flame and pull it off with your fingernails, keeping the exposed wire. Do this on both ends and re-connect them and use black electrical tape to insulate each wire first, then the both together to enforce strength. If this doesn't work just switch the two wires you just connected and it should. Re-synchronize after doing so.
The WiiMote cursor is moved by you pointing the WiiMote at the screen. The cursor will move based on the signals it receives from the sensor bar, which shoudl be placed at the top or bottom of your TV.
Try standing farther away from the sensor bar. If you are to close sometimes it has trouble reading. Also make sure the position of the sensor bar is the same as indicated in the setup menu, if you have it on top of the tv that possition needs to be selected manually, same if in front of or under the tv.
Let me know if you need more info.
If using the Wii IR bar, ensure that it is plugged into the red socket in the back of the Wii and that the bar is setting on top of or below your TV. If you are using an aftermarket wireless IR bar, ensure that it has good batteries and is turned on.
Finally, be sure that you are standing about 3-5 feet away from the TV and aiming the Wii
Note that the buttons on the Wiimote are transmitted to the Wii console via Bluetooth, and the cursor position on the screen is based in the inputs from two IR (Infrared) lights that you can't see inside the IR Bar.
Most likely not a fault with either. Try not touching the nunchuk while the game is powering up, as moving the joystick while the game is powering up can cause these issues. If the problem is still happening, click the Wii Home button and open the Wii Remote Settings at the bottom of the screen. Choose the option to reconnect the remote, and then try again. If this doesn't work, ai am not really sure what is the issue. You may need to send to NOA for a checkup.
# Check that the Wii sensor bar is on or below the centre of the TV,and there is no obstruction with clear line of view between it and the Wiimote
# Go in Wii settings and check there are only 2 dots visible. If yes, crank up the Sensor bar sensitivity to 5 with 2 dots still visible, else adjust it till the 2 dots become stable at whichever sensitivity
# If there are more than 2 dots, there is some IR source in the rooms which is disturbing the wireless connection between the Wiimote and the sensor bar, so that source has to be removed from the room
Nothing else works, then resync the remote. Remove the batteries, wait couple of inutes, reinsert, and resync through the 2 red buttons.