Question about Nintendo Avatar for Wii
Hi there, the nunchuck is actually a separate controller that is needed. It is plugged into the end of the standard Wii remote with a cable. The nunchuck does not require batteries so I am guessing you are getting confused between the nunchuck and the Wiimote. Please look at this photo to see what I mean about a nunchuck.
You should have been supplied one with your Wii, if not, they are available very cheaply off of places like ebay.
Hope this helps
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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Here's what to do. I've had this happen many times.
1. Open up the SD Card compartment on the Wii.
2. Open up the battery cover on the remotes.
3. Press the red Sync button on the Wii, and then on one of the remotes.
4. Repeat for whatever remotes need synced.
This will make every remote act like the P1 remote. For temporary syncing, just go into the Home Menu and click Wii Remote Settings. Click on another option(it'll say to press 1 and 2) and follow the instructions.
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