Make sure your sensor bar is connected to the console! properly aligned in the centre of t.v! also reconect the controler by: open the sd flap on front, press red button, remove batt cover of remote and press the connect button! this will resync the remote! also check battery's!
I agree with ill fix ya 's answer, and if that doesn't work, check the batteries, they could be running low.
PS- if this isn't resolved, you may want to see if it's your Wii system or just the remote. (maybe by trying a brand-new remote). If it is the system, you can probably bring back to the store you got it, and get a new Wii with the warranty!
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The RedOctane Guitar Hero Wireless Drum Controller for the Wii is powered by the Wiimote. To replace the batteries for the drum set, you would remove the Wii remote from the drum set, replace the batteries in the Wii remote, then reconnect the Wiimote.
Are you sure you have put that "bar" included in the box above your tv in the middle, and fully wired? Because that is what you need to be able to have your cursor on your tv screen when your wii is on. Stupid or not, also make sure the batteries are put in it the right way, that you get blue light flashing out.
Do you mean that no cursors appear on your screen? You most likely need a new sensor bar. The button presses are transmitted via wi-fi directly to the wii, but the wiimote's position relies on infrared transmission to the sensor bar.
When you are on the screen where you select number of games, use the second WiiMote to click on the two characters on one of the sides of the screen. that will assign them to the player 2 controller. Hope this helps =)
Sounds like you haven't syncronized you wiimote to your console.
- Turn on Wii
- Press the red sync button behind hatch on wii front.
- Press red sync button behing batterry hatch on wiimote.
That should be the hard part. Possibly you can be required to access. To do the pressing of button 1 & 2 at the same time to reconnect. But red buttons are for initial sync.
It depends on which version of Rock band you are playing, Rock band 1 will not work with Guitar Hero guitars at all, but Rock Band 2 on the wii will except them. and for the microphone you have to have a seperate wiimote sync'd up tho count as the controller for the the game to recognize the mic.
# 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.
I have GH3 for the Wii. The standard Wiimote will fit, but you have to fiddle with it a bit. Remove the cover on the back of the guitar. Attach the cable inside the guitar to the Wiimote. Tilt the Wiimote so the front of it goes in first. The back of the Wiimote and the cable plug should push down into the guitar and rest on the plastic "slot" molding. You may have to move the cable around to the top to get it out of the way. Put the cover back on the guitar and you are done.