Wii Remote Syncing problem is one of the common problem of Nintendo Wii. You may check out the DIY Wii Fix Guide,that explains step by step to fix the problem without any technicalknowledge. I hope this guide will solve your problem. It also givesinformation on fixing many Wii Related Problems., so its a kind of WiiProblems Reference Fix Guide. .
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You can either purchase a new brand-name or third party Wii Sensor Bar for 9-20 dollars at various online shopping websites, such as Amazon and eBay, or you can go into your local gaming shop (e.g. Gamestop) and purchase a wired or wireless Wii Sensor Bar.
You will have to update the wii to play newer games. Your controller problem if it does show a led light on the remote then its synced. If its just not showing you a hand on the screen then its probably your sensor bar. If your controller will not sync and all four leds flash then I would push the button on the console and push the button the remote then just try hitting the a or b buttons. I've also had to slap the remote after hitting the sync buttons to get it to sync. The update thing is normal though.
Frist make sure your batteries are right size and installed the right way. Then turn on your wii press the A button at this point you should see lights at bottom of controller. Now push the sinc buttons on the controller and the wii system and you should be set.
No this is not true. you can purchase wired controllers for the PS3 usually at a greatly reduced price than the wireless models. Most larger PS3 retailers should have stock of wired control pads so it would pay to do some more ringing around
You must have a wii steering weel and connect the wii romote to that, then you should be good to go. If you already purchased one, then the wii remote must not be in exact position on the steering wheel.
Hey, maybe your Wii is not sensing the remotes movement if there is too much light in the room. Try to sinc the remote to the console and then go to the options and check the sensitivity and adjust if necessary.
Make sure you have paired both remotes to your Wii console. Open the little door on the front of the Wii (under the disc slot), and open the battery cover of the Wii remote (but leave the batteries in).
Push the red button on the Wii (next to the SD card slot), then push the red button on the Wii remote (next to the batteries). You should see the Wii remote's lights blink.
Do the same for your other Wii remote.
Now on the bottom row of 4 lights on the Wii remote, one should have the first light lit, and the other should have the second light lit. You should also be able to see a cursor for each remote on the Wii Menu.