All my games work, it is just that when i try different controls, it still dosent function correctly. Even the new controllers i constantly buy do not work. So consequently, i believe it is the ps2, even though my friends game and controllers work on my console. Any suggestions???
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Well try cleaning the game pack out with quips and rubbing alchoal it could just be dirty then or the worst case is that the game pack could have internal issues Check for Unlicensed products. Make sure that you're using only licensed products with your Nintendo system. Unlicensed products are not tested for compatibilty and may not work correctly with all games. Try playing the game without the unlicensed accessory. Insert the Game Pak into the system. The Game Pak label should be facing the front of the machine (or facing up if you are using an original NES). Make sure the Game Pak firmly clicks down into place. Remove all accessories to see if the Game Pak works correctly without the accessory. If the game does work correctly once the accessory is removed, then the game pak and the accessory may not be compatible. Check the game pak instruction manual. Check the instruction manual for the game to see if it requires any special accessories to operate (such as the Super Scope, NES Zapper, SNES Mouse, etc.). Do not blow into your Game Paks or systems. The moisture in your breath can corrode and contaminate the pin connectors.
This is usually a problem caused by the motherboard. If you bought a new Sensor bar and nothing works and all controllers are synced to the system, I would send this system in for repair. As, it would take board work to get your system functioning again.
There is a very small circuit element inside the wiimote called an "accelerometer" (it heats a small vacuumed area to sense yaw, pitch and roll with thermometers). It sounds to me like you have a malfunctioning accelerometer, which could be replaced in theory-- that sounds like an exciting challenge to someone whose electrically inclined, such as myself. However, doing so would require finding the correct replacement online and substantial soldering skills to replace it.
>Did the rented game work with 2 players >Were the games "New or Used" > Try one player and the then try to add the other controller > try both controllers using one player only > What controllers are being used and are they from Nintendo or other > Make sure the game is compatible with the controllers >Check the game Instruction for the website it may be a patch or driver issue.
My personal experiences Note: The wireless remotes on any system can be a challenge and I always have found something that is causing the IR to not responded to the system