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There are two ways to sync the Wii remote with the Wii console after pressing the red sync button like you did:
1) Press the "1" and "2" buttons on the Wii remote until the lights begin to flash. This method provides a temporary connection to the Wii.
2) Open the battery cover on the Wii remote and press the red button next to the batteries. This creates a permanent connection or "pair" between the Wii remote and the Wii console.
Based on your description, it sounds like you are using method #1. In order to power on the Wii when the Wii's red light is on (meaning the machine is turned off) and start playing games like you want, method #2 must be used.
Imagine method #1 as "guest mode". If a friend comes over with their Wii remote and wants to play a game, you would open up the game first, use method #1, and your friend would temporarily be connected to the Wii. Using method #1 is like "owner mode" that lets the Wii remote turn the console on and off and always stay connected to it.
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1- Try to press home button ,if it loads u can sync the remote from there. or 2- Try to re-sync your remotes by pressing both sync (from remote and wii at same time) in the game. or 3- You can get a new remote and see if it works during playing . If it does your previous remote isn't working properly, but if it doesn't there is a problem in either the game or wii (bluetooth module)
yeah, there is a motion censor in the remote, its a tilt ball. It gets stuck if you swing the remote to hard, to get it unstuck, you have to smack the remote against the palm of your hand button side down.
I would try reconnecting the controler that is the problem to the wii. There should be a button y ou can hit on the front of the wii that is inside of a little door. It is a red button. Right after hitting that there should be a button on the wiimote's bottom, it the battery area. The lights should blink a while and it should finally connect.
Check on the back of the game and see how many players can play. It usually says it on the top right corner on the back of the game case. If it has a wii remote that has a 1 in it then only one remote will work.
Press the HOME Button on a Wii Remote that is synchronized with the Wii console.
Select the Wii Remote Settings option from the Home Button menu.
Select the Reconnect Option.
Press the 1 and 2 Buttons at the same time on the Wii Remote that you want to synchronize with the console. If you are syncing multiple Wii Remotes, press the 1 and 2 Buttons on each Wii Remote immediately (without a significant pause) in the order you want them synced. The order in which you synchronize Wii Remotes determines the player order (1 through 4) for multiplayer games. The Player LED will blink during the syncing process. When the blinking stops, the connection is complete.