Question about Video Game Consoles & Games
You need to either step away further from the motion sensor on your Wii or calibrate the wii remote through the settings menu on your Wii.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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1. Place you finger on the on/off sensor leave it their untill you console turns off then take you finger off the sensor.
2. Place your finger back on the on/off sensor leave it their until you hear 2 consecutive beeps then take your finger off.
3. Once the safe mode screen comes on select the option PS3 SYSTEM RESTORE.
NOTE: A PS3 system restore will delete all data except the OS. I recommend backing up your console onto a USB flash drive if possible.
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