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In wii Boom Blox, the cursor with the remote has become reversed

My daughter got wii boomblox for christmas & we played it twice on the third time the wii remote cursor image showed up as inverted. The finger was pointing down not up, when the remote was moved left, it went right on the screen, and moving it right resulted in movement on the screen to the left; the up and down movements of the remoyte also resulted in the opposite screen action. This only occurs with the primary remote, I re-synced the remote, but this had no effect. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks Bob P.

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    My problem is the same but it happens with Medal of Honour heroes 2. It has just started happening after a year use, although I have recently started playing multiplayer.

    I solved the problem by reformatting my whole wii but then it just happened again.

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When you get to the wii menu, with the icons. On the lower left hand corner, youll see an icon where you can access settings. Click on this, from there go to the option that says "Sensor Bar" If its not on the first row, Just select the arrows opposite each other on the sides of the screen. From there you can diagnose your problems.

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