Question about Nintendo Wii Console
1. Make sure your Wii Remote syncs with the Wii upon pressing a button on startup. If it takes a while, you may want to get a new Wii Remote, or just press the button on the Wii. Oh, and, make sure the battery is on.
2. Can you actually use your Wii Remote? If you can't, you'll want to see above.
If you can,
3. I hear hacks can alter things, so make sure you don't have hacks, whether you put them on or someone planted them on you.
4. Lastly, make sure that the Wii Remote is facing towards the Wii or the Sensor Bar, as it doesn't do the backwards or far-away thing that PS3 and Xbox controllers can.
If those don't work, I recommend replacing it.
Or just pressing the Power button on the Wii.
Posted on Mar 26, 2011
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