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Wii handset cannot switch on power from handset also curser seems to be lost

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Re: wii handset - Nintendo Wii Console Video Game Consoles

Put your sensor bar in a different location.

Posted on Jan 22, 2008

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When at wii menu I can't click on anything!!!!The curser thing does not show up.I tried all the controllers too,

Have you treid re-synchronising your remotes after resetting console by switching it off and unplugging for 10 seconds. Also make sure there is no light interference onto your motion detction bar.Make sure the connection for this is correct, you may have moved it and disturbed it by accident.

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In the end, managed to turn console off - all seems ok so far!

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Make sure that the sensor bar has an uninterrupted clear connection with the Wii remote.

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The wii remote curser does not show up on the screen.

Check that the batteries are fully charged and make sure that the top end of the control is clean (no finger prints etc...) and that the bar that sits on your tv is centered correctly and plugged in correctly

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Handsets not responding.The lights light up at first & then go out.Options appear on screen. Have tried new batteries & checked the black receiving bar is working (on a friends system). Has the syncro

Hi there heather.

it seems that your synchronisation could have been lost, bear in mind some Wireless connections such as that of the wii can be scrambled/lose single if there are alot of electrical appliances in close proximity, as this messes with the wireless signals being transmitted.

you may just need to Re-Sync your Wiimotes which is simple. on the underside of the mote, inside the battery compartment there is a small red Button, pressing this whilst pressing the sync button on your nintendo wii should successfully sync each mote to your wii allowing you to play :)

hope this helps

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I think that your remots sencer is broken that is what happend to mine when i played 2 player too long gust try to buy new remotes or it is your sencer bar so try one of them

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My curser (Pointer)flickers

The battery could be dying, but since it works fine during the game, I am not sure.

It could be infrared interference from sunlight or other source.

Also different games seem to have different ways of handling input from the Wii remote.

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remove the batterys.
And look for a switch/button underneath the battery compartment. this should help you re-sync your controller.

Mike @ compurepair.

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oh no!! i suggest that have to reformat your console. Maybe, some of its drivers tend to malfunction..

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Press and hold the sync button on the Nintendo Wii remote. While holding the sync button, go over to the Nintendo Wii, and and press and hold the sync button. Wait for a few seconds, and then test the Nintendo Wii remote.

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