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I dealt with Beatles Rockband Wii on 2 systems with 2 different configurations.
Wireless Drum kit configuration. The Drum USB Transmitter has 2 additional USB ports, that allow Guitar/mic to be connected, plus there is the remaining USB port on the Wii
Wired Drum kit comes with a 4 port USB hub, connect the hub to the Wii, and connect all instruments to the USB hub.
The Wii will only allow 4 controllers connected at once. So if you have multiple Wii Motes, then you may have to disconnect all but the one used for the Mic player (Press 1 on the Wii mote to unsync or remove the batteries)
Was your mic hooked up when the system was turned on? The mic is probably signed in. The mic needs to be reconnected and signed out. Or reboot the whole system with what you want to use plugged in only.
you need to have the (3inchX3inch) white box connected to the 4 plug usb connector. also batteries need to be in guitar, then when rock band is on power guitar up(switch on back) and press little button just under the whammy bar, looks like the place "your amp" would be plugged in
try pressing the button on the usb reciever, also you can try and sync it directly to the wii. press the sync button on the guitar, then the sync button on the wii, then the button on the guitar again. I myself have not tried this myself