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IT TOOK 1.5 HOURS TO SYNC UP AND CALIBRATE A NEW TONY HAWK RIDE SKATE BOARD WITH A Wii. THE ON-LINE DIRECTIONS AND TROUBLESHOOTING = SUX!. PLEASE FOLLOW THESE DIRECTIONS IF YOUR HAVING THE SAME ISSUE: 1) Remove skateboard battery's for 1 minute 2) Reinstall 4 new/fully charged AA Battery's in the Tony Hawk RIDE Skateboard. 3) Plug the Tony Hawk Wireless USB Dongle into the "upper" WII USB Port, Turn on the WII, Insert the Tony Hawk Ride game disk Keep pressing A on the WII Controller till you get to the Error Screen saying: *Unable to SYNC up the skateboard with the WII* 4) Make sure the WII and the plugged in wireless USB Dongle are laying on the floor in front of the wireless skateboard "sideways" with the wireless dongle towards the right side of the WII. 5) The directions state to 1st press the wireless USB dongle reset/Sync button, then the so called Start button on the board, which did not work 100 different times. 6) Instead (on the side of the board) all 4 of the blue LED lights were on. Now press and hold the button which is the Start/Home/blue little house/C- looking Button on the side of the board for 5 seconds. The Blue LED lights should now all be off! 7) Now press the WII Wireless USB Dongle reset/Sync button. 8) After the Dongle sync
I experienced difficulty with this one myself, but recently I found the solution posted by another user on cheatmasters.com.
The process you have to go through to get the last artifact is very unusual, to say the least:
What you have to do, strangely enough, is to walk Rick O'Connell into each of the small campfires you'll encounter as you progress through the level. Bear in mind that this will cause Rick to take a small amount of damage each time he walks into one of the fires, but don't worry, it'll be worth it. As long as you see each fire briefly flare upwards as you walk into it, you'll know you did it correctly. There are a total of (I believe) 4 campfires you must walk into:
- The first one is found where you first encounter hostile wolves in the level - The second and third fires are located on either side of the entrance to the mine (near the giant extending bridge) - The final fire is located a short way DOWNHILL from where you EXIT the mine. However, if you're really impatient and don't want to wait until you've gotten through the mine, you can access the last fire before you enter the mine, by climbing down the ledge between the third fire and the bridge (I hope this is all making sense, because it would be a lot easier to explain if I could just insert screenshots of the locations. XD).
Once you've walked into all 4 campfires, you'll hear that trilling oriental chime that plays whenever you solve a puzzle in the game. At THIS point, you'll be able to get that last hidden artifact-- you'll find it sitting at the entrance to the extending bridge.
According to the Nintendo support site, here's what to do.
Your movements are not being correctly detected
Make sure that the Wii Balance Board is placed properly in front of the TV: The blue power light should be facing away from the TV. If the Wii Balance Board is facing the wrong way, your movements will be reversed.
Check the battery life of the batteries in the Wii Balance Board. If the battery level is low, try a fresh set of batteries.
Check to make sure nothing is pressing against the bottom of the Wii Balance Board. If you do find anything pressing against the bottom (such as carpet), try using the foot extensions.
If the Wii Balance Board is still not correctly detecting your movement, please call 1-800-255-3700 for assistance.
I thought I had a similar problem. It helps to read the instructions on how to play the game. You can re-read the instrictions on how to play the game in the help menu by pressing + and following it to the mini games.
What you need to do to start the game is hold the control pointing it to the ground. Press A to start the power gauge and away you go. If your still unsuccessful, you may have another problem.
is this guy(jack K.) a "use to be friends"with leon? you have to follow wether the wii control is moving left to right(waving the control) or pressing A and B together. you'll only follow like 3-4 commands then it should be over. you'll see him again latre on the game
Another possibility is that the original poster did not push the "+"
button on the main remote when on the screen in Mario Kart to register
happened to me. I was holding down the 1 and 2 buttons over and over on
the second remote, watching the blue lights flash, but the remote
wouldn't register. Eventually someone noticed the instructions on the
screen to push the "+" button. When you push the "+" button, another
screen appears to let you really register additional remotes.
Wii Sports, there is no pushing of the "+" button to register new
remotes... I had incorrectly assumed it worked the same way in Mario
Kart and didn't bother reading the on-screen instructions.