My Cousin was playing with the wii and he throw the remote to the other person and it fell to the ground i don't know how hard it hit plus it didn't have its jacket on. But Now, the blinking lights won't blink i had to sync the other remote to turn the wii on that works just fine. This remote don't do nothing...i took the recharged batteries out for awhile put them back in nothing. its in the dock charging ...the charger reads the batteries because the red light is on. I press all the buttons and THE BLINKING BLUE LIGHTS WON'T Even come on...please help!!
Aw guess what people, it was the dang battery charger thinggy so i thats pretty weak, so i jus got rechargable batteries so sorry for the inconvience ...
ps don't buy the charger stand thingy them batteries **** and if u drop them its just the plastic batter thing broken
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that means that the wii remote it out of reach (the light that human eyes cannot see is not seen) or you don't have the sensor plugged in, or the black thing on top is dirty, and you need to clean it for it to work. (this won't help if your wii is not responding to the wii remote.)
If the buttons that you have are 1, 2, A, B, then you have the Rockband drums for Wii (the ones for Xbox have X, Y, A, B). You don't need a microphone to play Rockband, you just need to have a Wii remote on when you start the game. That should get rid of the pesky "Can't Detect Microphone" message and let you get to the main game screen to play the rest of the game. Have fun!
On the Wii menu, if you press home button, and click "Wii Remote Settings" then "Reconnect" it will enable you to connect wiimotes by pressing 1 and 2 simultaneously. Also some games, Wii sports for example, allow you to use one controller for two or more people.
did you try re-syncing it... i thiknk there is a button on the back of the wii-mote, benoeath the battery cover.. a little red button... that sync's it to your wii... try that and try taking out the battery for a few seconds.
try reconnecting your wii sensor bar to the wii...
i don't think you can overcharge it.. my girlfriends cousin leaves it on the charger 24-7 and it works fine.
You can do both. With internet you can download Nintendo 64 games on the wii shop channel. For game cube games enter the controller in slot one, enter the game and it's like you don't have a wii!
Note: due to the fact the the wii remote does not have enough buttons ALL N-64 games need a gamecube controller or a classical controller. Game Cube games are not compatible with classical controllers.