Try opening one of the front panels of the wii, you should see a red button that says SYNC, if you take the back off the wiimote there is a similar button, try pressing both of those and see if it will read the wiimote
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more info required.. do the lights come on at all, if so - synch the wiimote with the wii console while on the WARNING screen(press the red button on the wiimote & the red button near the SD card slot on the console.
If no lights come on the wiimote - you either need new batteries or you may have damaged the wiimote by dropping liquid on it or somethiing similar...sometimes cleaning the wiimote PC board with alcohol swaps may fix that, but it is not a task for a novice (you sound like a novice, so I advise against it).. Opening the wiimote and putting it back together again is not easy for a novice to get right without proper instruction.. My advice - search for videos of how to achieve this. If none of the above work - you probably only have 2 options left.. 1. send it for repair (costs almost the same as the price of a new wiimote) 2. buy a new wiimote ~Good luck
So for whatever reason, you have lost the use of your Wii sensor bar. Maybe the cat chewed it or you just moved and the kids are complaining they want to play a game and you have no idea what box it was put in. Either way, the sensor bar isn't as complicated as one might think. The bar is nothing more that a light of reference point. Simple. It has ordinary LED bulbs that emit a small light. The Wiimote's cameras pick up the light and with that, the Wii can figure out how the Wiimote is being held and how far you are ect. It's more than that but we're only talking about the sensor's job. With all that being said, you simply need a light reference point placed in the required position as the sensor bar. A number of things can be used from tiny lights or what I found was best, candles. Two tea light candles in place of the sensor bar 5-8 inches apart will work just fine. TRY IT FOR YOURSELF. Unlit, the Wiimote will not show on the tv screen. Light the candles and you now can enjoy your Wii again!!
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press and hold the red button under the flap on the wii for 30 seconds, this will wipe all pairings you have had for remotes and wii fit board, etc then repair your wiimotes by pressing the red button on the wiimote and the one under the flap. then you should be able to pair the wiimotes. IF this doesnt work then your bluetooth board in the wii maybe bad and need replacing
Have you checked the battery in your Wiimote? It seems like a very basic thing to do, but sometimes the wiimote might not hold a charge if you placed the batteries in incorrectly. If your Wiimote is showing a charge, then you may have forgotten to sync up your wiimote with your sensor bar.
Open the battery door to your Wiimote
You'll see a red button on the bottom of the opened hatch, it says SYNC.
Press that and the sync button on your Wii.
If that still doesn't work, check the connection of your wii sensor cable to your wii. Try pushing the cable in securely.
Have you tried restarting the Wii and then synching the wii remote to the wii ?
Just below the disk loader is a hinge you can open to insert a sd card, There is a red button - Push it
Take the battery cover of the wii remote, their is a red button - push it
Push both buttons close together time wise
Make sure that you've synced the Wimote with the Wii. you can do this by pressing the red button on the wii by the SD Card slot and press the red button on the Wiimote under the battery cover. You can also sync the Wiimote's by pressing the home button, clicking on the Wiimote on the screen, and then clicking Reconnect the Wiimotes I believe. When doing this, just hold down the 1 and 2 button. If your Wiimotes don't need to be sync then theres most likey something wrong with your Guitar Hero Guitar. that's the only other possible outcome I think. Unless then Nunchuck hookup is somehow broken. Doubtful though. Those Wiimotes are FEIRCELY strong. My dog, who can chew though a hard plastic chair, could only leave dents in the Wiimote he chewed on. (Bad Dog!) Hope you get it working!
The thing to get the two Wiimotes to work is to press the reset button on the Wii and on all the Wiimotes at the ame time. If you after that restart the Wii, it should automatically connect to both Wiimotes when you press A on them.
If you then luanch the game, the two Wiimotes should still be connected. If not, just press A again. Then press whatever button you ned for multiplayer (+ I believe) and you shold now have 2 players.
I hopethis helps,
ok well there is a little compartment on the face of the wii that you have to open and it should reveal a red button which will set the wii to pick up any signals from a wiimote but to get the signal from the wiimote you need to open the compartment where the batteries go and there should be another red button you have to press and hold both the buttons at the same time and they should pick up each others signals.