Question about Nintendo Wii Console
I've had my Wii for a year now and had not used as I was at college and left it at home. I come back to use it and find that both of my controllers are acting weird. It's as if when i hold it parallel to the screen that is where the arrow appears. In other words, I have to point it very far to the right for it to register on the screen.
i,d suggest re-calibrating the Controllers And The Sensor Bar.
Theres a reset/reconfigure switch for The Controllers, Under The Batteries.
Also try moving the Sensor Bar, to the Left, or on top of set et,c.
Posted on May 29, 2008
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First, you have to go
through the Internet connection setup process through the console and
you've made no mention that you've attempted that so I wanted to make you aware
of that. On the main menu, go to the lower left corner and click on the round
Wii button. A new menu will appear with two options: Data
Management and Wii Settings. Select Wii
Settings. Go to the second page and choose Internet.
Select Connection 1: None. Select Wireless
Connection. Select Search For An Access Point. A
network list will appear, select yours. You will then be prompted to
enter the password/network key that you established when you set up your
wireless router. The Wii will attempt to test the connection. If
successful save your settings.
Various factors affect connecting a Wii to the internet with a
WiFi connection as well, including signal strength, distance from the
wireless router to the console and obstacles such as walls and ceilings that
interfere with the signal. If you're using a G router and you have your
Wii is too far away or, has obstacles in the way, it will not connect.
You should use an N-Router if there is a significant distance between the
console and the router or if there are obstacles. Here is everything you
need to know about connecting your Wii to the Internet.
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