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Nintendo Wii - cursor not appearing.

Stopped working after setting up X Box 360 Elite, although Wii system was moved in order to do this. Went through syncing, and batteries, etc. + and - work to maneuver through screens so appears to be the sensor bar. Does the X-Box have infrared that could be interfering?

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