One controller is shakey

Discussion in 'Wii - Console and Game Discussions' started by dan_s, Dec 29, 2009.

Dec 29, 2009

One controller is shakey by dan_s at 5:27 PM (672 Views / 0 Likes) 4 replies

  1. dan_s
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    Newcomer dan_s Member

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    Hi everyone,

    With one of my Wii Remotes the hand on the screen is a little shakey. It flickers back and forth a bit.

    Anyone else get this and is there anything you can do about it ?
     
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    Are you sure its just the one wiimote and not another? Test a different remote and see if it happens as well...
    Are you sure its not your hand thats shakey? Its pretty sensitive...

    It could also be that your sensor bar is picking up on some ambient light in your room (incandescent lights really mess with it). Try adjusting the lighting in your room so that your sensor bar can't "see" any bulbs.

    It could be the wiimote itself. I've heard that you can turn it upside down (A button facing the floor) and giving it a good smack. You could also try re-syncing it to the wii and seeing what happens.
     
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    batteries!!!!
     
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    Thanks for the tips guys.

    Will try them all and see what happens.

    @Xflac40 I bought some recharging kit so the batts should be good.
     
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    I've seen that happen to people when they are too far from the sensor bar and the batteries are low (or of there are objects blocking the direct line of sight of the sensor and wiimote).

    good luck, hopefully u get this sorted!
     

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