Hacking Sync wiimote at preloader screen

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Ok guys i think i'm screwed my wiimote is no longer in sync with my wii and i'm at the preloader screen. I'v tried syncing at the preloader screen but it doesn't work. Does anyone know how i can fix this. I don't have gamecube controller! DAMN!
 

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Your only option is to get a GC controller, boot System Menu and sync there. Sorry. There is no other way to navigate the preloader menu. (Although that feature should be added to priiloader, I'll suggest it to Daco...)
 
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I can get them for £3 at gamestation, as your from the UK have you checked there?
 

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    Unfortunately I also tried here on Win 10 and it doesn't work. OS does not install driver on EFA
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