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I'm trying to play call of duty but when i point at the sensor bar my pointer keep going to the right .

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Go to your console options and calibrate the sensor bar. increase the output.

the sensor bar is nothing more than IR emmitting LED lights that the remote reads. Too much sun or other IR sources will cause issues.

Posted on Mar 21, 2011

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