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The navigation controller is only needed for comfort really, all it does is that it navigates through the Cross Media Bar (XMB), which the PlayStation Move Controller cannot do. It is basically like having a controller at hand whilst using a Move-compatible game. But to further answer your question, it is not a need, more like a time saver, as most of the Move games are used with either one or two Move Motion Controllers, and no Navigation Controller.
You need to sink the controller with the XBOX 360 console.
Look for a little button in the front of the 360 system that has a icon that looks like 3 curved lines (kind of like a sound wave ")))" ). Clicking in on that button will make the green light on the controller position on the system move around and around. Don't be alarmed, this is normal.
When you see this, click on the same little button on top of your second controller to start the same action on the controller.
After a few seconds of both the 360 system and the controller doing the "sinking motion that cycles through the 4 controller positions" it should show up as the 2nd controller.
This makes your controller in the same wireless range as the 360 system. You will have to do this if you want to use your 360 controller on someone elses 360 console too. That goes for any XBOX 360 controller as well (guitar, drums, or other controllers)
i have only been able to fix one console that has had this problem and is what i did was took only the gpu heatsink off and covered everything but the gpu chip with aluminum foil, leaving only exposed the components that are not plastic, then heated the entire mother board with a heatgun that says it reaches 1100 degrees farenheight, focusing on no particular area for 2 min, heat gun on high with low air speed. after 2 mins. of heating mobo. top and bottom, focus heat on gpu and any where you do not have aluminum foil with heat gun about 14 to 16 inches away moving heat gun in circular motion ( you should use this motion throughout entire process, never keep heat gun in one spot, keep it moving) do this also for 2 mins. mainly focus on gpu though since most likely that is your problem.
unplug, then plug in the controller again. if it stops right away, it's a simple "reset" glitch (also occurs with a gamecube), if it keeps on, try with a second controller to check if it's the controller itself.
Wii Remote Syncing problem is one of the common problem of Nintendo Wii. You may
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