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New wii remote how to get started

I just bought a wii and got a second remote . when i try to program it will let two remotes work til i go to a game then only one will work and we have to share how do i get two remotes to work ?

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Ok well first of all, you'r first remote is working fine right? Ok lets move on to the second remote. On the left of the wii there is a little hatch that you can open, in there there is the slot to insert a SD memory and there is a red button. Press the red button and wile that is hapenning grab the wiimote and pres 1 and 2 at the same time once. The lights on the remote should start flashing and it will be in sync all together.. And voila two wii remotes working fine,

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Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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