I have Tiger Woods and Wii Sports Golf which were playing fine for months, suddenly i seem to have problem with the remotes/sensor bar.
The swing motion now often 'cuts out' half-way through, for example only registering a backswing. This happens about 50% of the time but effectively ruins both games.
Have tried switching remotes, changing batteries, adjusting the sensitivity settings and moving the postion of the sensor bar, all to no effect. I'm standing well within range of the sensor bar, and was playing both games like this with no problems for many months previously.
Can only think that the sensor bar is starting to pack up? anyone got any other ideas?
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Sometimes sunlight affects the signals between wii remote and sensor bar.
is it the sensor bar thats the problem or the remotes.
if its the sensor bar you could go get a new one.
they also sell battery powered wireless ones, which are grat for plasmas.
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You have to start the game then press the home button on the remote. Go to WII and select the menu for the remotes. Click on reconnect. Press the 1-2 buttons on remote #1. When it lights up on the screen, press the 1-2 buttons on remote #2. Select close out remote settings, go back to the game. Select two players and each player can have his/her own remote.
I find it very irratating to navigate the wii menu as well. It seems our problem is the remote is very very sensitive to the sensor bar. You have to swing the remote around a bit to find the 'hand' you use to click on where you want to go. also, I find that I first have to press A when the menu comes, then almost have the remote 3 inches from the sensor bar. I have also tried putting the sensor bar in different loactions. Like, if we are playing standing up, we put the bar atop of the tv, otherwise if it is a game we can play while sitting, we put the sensor bar under the tv, on the stand (this is a 20") Try moving yours around and find out what works best for you. But it is frustrating as I too find that the remote is too dag 'on sensitive!! Even though I know it's fussy, we still have the problem daily, doen't get any easier! I hope this suggestion helps.
it may be scratched same thing happened to my monkey ball game try going to a game store like game crazy they might be able to polish the disk, also never put your disk on a counter top ,ground or anyother place besides its case hoped this helped