Remotete looses connection. If I leave a game switched on and put the remote down for a while, when I return there is no curser on the screen, and no way of getting it back. The only way is to leave it...
What this looks like is a problem with the batteries. Your batteries might be very low and need replacing. I would suggest replacing the batteries in your remote and seeing if that works.
If this does not work, you can try permanently syncing your Wii remote again.
You can do this by:
Step 1. Turn on the Wii console.
Step 2. Open up the back of the Wii remote and press the little red button that says "SYNC." next ot it.
Step 3. While the Wii remote's 4 LEDs are flashing, press the big
rectangular "SYNC." button on the Wii console (in case you didn't know
this, the Wii's SYNC. button is located under the plastic flap on the
front of the Wii console, with the SD card slot). Wait a second, and the
remote will register as a remote on the Wii console. This is the only
sure-fire way to sync a Wii remote. TIP: make sure when you turn the
console on, that you press A on the remote you want to be first player
first, or it might get the remotes' player orders mixed up. They will
still be synced to the console, but just in undecided orders. You will
have to press A for the remote(s) you want to use every time you turn on
the Wii console.
If all else fails I would suggest contacting Nintendo support at 1-800-895-1672 and they should be able to help you further. You could also go to your local electronics store that sells Wii products and get a replacement and follow the syncing as stated above.
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Jun 17, 2011 |
Nintendo Wii Console