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My wii cursor died?!

Ok the wii cursor worked perfectly until after i loaded the new game i got. i went to the games menu and the cursor just died! i hit the remote a few times and the cursor came up for about a half-of-a-second then went again. what should i do?

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  • jschellyxo Jul 29, 2009

    i did right before the game.

  • jschellyxo Jul 29, 2009

    i did

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Try changing the batteries in the controller.

Posted on Jul 29, 2009

  • crispy_ninja Jul 29, 2009

    Try to re-sync the controller to the Wii by lifting the flap on the front of the Wii and pressing the red button, there is a red button on the Wii-mote too under the battery cover so press that too.

  • crispy_ninja Jul 30, 2009

    Does your controller still sync with the Wii or is it only the cursor that is not resopnding?

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