Make sure all three Wiimotes are sincronized with your Wii system. To do this simply take off the back battery cover on your Wiimote and press the red sinc button then you have to press the red sinc button on your Wii console and it is located where you put in the memory card That should resolve your problem.
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This screen requires you to use motion controls, meaning you have to actually have the sensor bar set up properly, and then physically point the wii-mote at the buttons you want to select. You cannot use the arrows.
If you are having trouble getting the wii-mote to point, be sure that your sensor bar is in the correct position, that you are at least three feet away from the sensor, and the remote is one. If all three of those things apply, turn your system off, let it sit for a minute or two, then turn it on and try again.
If the problem persists, try syncing the remote via the remote's instructions.
The wii motes and wii console may need to be re-synced. To do this, press the red button on the wii console which is located behind the front panel. The button is right next to the SD card slot. Then turn on the wii motes so that the blue lights are blinking. Next, push the red button on the wii motes which is located behind the battery cover. This should sync the wii motes to the console.
You need to synchronize them to your Wii. First turn on your Wii. Open the battery compartment on the back of your Wii-mote and the front SD Card door on the front of your Wii. There is a little round red SYNC button on the back of your Wii-mote and a red SYNC button on your Wii in that door. Press the button on the remote and then on the Wii and it should sync. If it doesn't work at first try again. You know it is synched when one of the four LED lights at the bottom of the Wii-mote is solid.
If you have pressed the sync button on wii, then on the wii-mote, and it still didn't sync, try unplugging the Wii console for few minutes and try the process again. There is another syncing mode, but you have to have at least one wii-mote connected to the wii. You press the home button and the click on the wii-mote on the screen. There will be a reconnect button. Press that and then press both the 1 and 2 buttons on the wii-mote[s] you want to connect. This is the ONE TIME ONLY connect mode, used when playin on a friends Wii. Once the Wii is powered off, the wii-mote wont be connected any longer and will still be the default wii-mote for your wii system [not on your friends]. Hope this helps.
Do you know where the SD Card slot is? If not, it's at the front just below the disc drive. Open the SD card slot entrance on the front, and take the back off the wii-mote. Turn the wii on, and at the health warning, hold the sync button on the wii-mote, and the one near the SD slot for 5 secconds. That should do it.
Try to reconnect your wii-motes, by using the red button on the wii underneath that front flap where you would put the SD card. and then the other red button on the controller where you put the batteries in. and make sure the batteries are fresh
Hold the wii mote like you're going to hit something with it, then slap the back of the wii mote into the palm of your other hand a couple of times. Not too hard to hurt yourself though. One of our wii motes wouldn't steer properly in Mario Kart and slapping it a couple times made it work. If that doesn't work, make sure your sensor bar is plugged in all the way and the location is configured correctly in the menu.