We have used this Wii numerous times, we then had this problem and tried re-synching the remotes which did appear to work. Unfortunately now we are having problems getting the hand back on the screen - it appears some times but strangely when the remote is not facing the sensor bar. We are unable to get the sensor bar menu up to amend the sensor bar details. We are now unsure what to do.
1try moving within 4-10 ft from the sensor bar, and be level with the tv. 2also, try to put the sensor bar at the opposite spot on the tv (on top, at the bottom.)
3if moving the sensor bar doesn't work, replace the batteries and re-sync.
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the Wii remote might not be synched to your console.
Try first pressing the 1 and 2 buttons at the same time while on your Wii's home screen. If the remote was synched before, this should re-sync it.
If not, open the small panel on the front of the Wii, just below the disc slot. There will be a red button there. There is also a red button inside of the battery compartment on your Wii remote. Press the button on the front of the Wii console first, then press the button on the Wii remote. The lights should blink a couple of times and one should remain blue. If so, it is synched and ready to use.
Hope this helped!
Hold the Wii Remote with the button side down. Without using much force, firmly tap the button side of the remote against the palm of your other hand a few times. Doing this does not take a lot of force, so be sure not to tap the Wii Remote very hard. Check for proper response. good luck . contact again , if that didn't solve the problem . ! rate if useful please !
that somtimes happens if you want it to synch press the synch button on the wii and the balance board for about 5-10 secs then once there synched press (A) on the wii controller and theat should do it thats how i got mine to work Hope this helped :)
Your sensor bar is definitely burned out, you can get a new wireless one at wal-mart for $20. Often wii sensor bars burn out because people put it directly on the tv instead of using the stand, the tv gets hot and the LED lights in the sensor bar burn out. If you want make sure that it's the sensor bar that's broken, get a video camera and video tape the sensor bar while it's plugged in and the wii is on, if you can't see four LED lights on each side then it's broken.
i couldn't get the console to see the guitar, so after making sure the
the remotes were synched with the console individually, i pressed the
reset on the console and then started guitar hero software before
putting the remote in the guitar, making sure the first light remained lit in the remote. (am only using the guitar).
so far so good, seems to have worked.
I find it very irratating to navigate the wii menu as well. It seems our problem is the remote is very very sensitive to the sensor bar. You have to swing the remote around a bit to find the 'hand' you use to click on where you want to go. also, I find that I first have to press A when the menu comes, then almost have the remote 3 inches from the sensor bar. I have also tried putting the sensor bar in different loactions. Like, if we are playing standing up, we put the bar atop of the tv, otherwise if it is a game we can play while sitting, we put the sensor bar under the tv, on the stand (this is a 20") Try moving yours around and find out what works best for you. But it is frustrating as I too find that the remote is too dag 'on sensitive!! Even though I know it's fussy, we still have the problem daily, doen't get any easier! I hope this suggestion helps.