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My Wii onscreen cursor appears to be shaking up and down violently for no reason. Please tell me how to fix this nonsense.

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Make sure there are no glaring lights either in front of you or behind you. A 100 Watt bulb affected my Wii. The bright light interferes with the infrared on both the controller and the sensor bar on the TV. I turn on only 25-30 watt bulbs in my living roon when playing the Wii. Changing batteries did not help. Worked for Mii!

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It usually has to do with the sensor bar. If the controler is to far from the sensor bar or aimed away to far from the sensor bar.

If the batteries are low is also a cause.

Adjust the sensor bar and recalabrate the remote.

Posted on Sep 09, 2009

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