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The pointer hand is not showing on the tv screen

The hand only shows up on the screen when I turn the unit on and select a game. after that it is gone and i have to use the buttons on the remote to select what i want. I tried re syncing the remote, changing the batteries and adjusting the sensitivity but nothing has worked. as a matter of fact i can't get the two separate dots to show on the sensitivity screen at all.

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It is probally your sensor bar try moving that or go to sensor bar settings and change settings there

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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