WII Remote

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Dec 8, 2007

WII Remote by rickf1018 at 5:53 PM (928 Views / 0 Likes) 5 replies

  1. rickf1018
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    Newcomer rickf1018 Member

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    Just wonder if other people having problems with the remotes not working properly sometimes, even when I go to set the senceativity, there are alot more than 2 circles in each of the 5 spots and remote still won't work right.



    Thanks


    Rick
     
  2. Algot

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    Hum... it shuld ONLY be 2 white dots. if its more the wii mote will not work properly. somtning might reflect the IR leds, like a Glass table or you have another light source like a Candle or decoration light. peronaly i have experienced problem when I set my LCD TV on the highest Light setting.
     
  3. mikilol

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    i got some problems with it 2 somethimes , but thats when the sun is shining, my tv is right before my window and when the sun is shining my wiimote doesnt work that good. i dont know if its any help for you , but you can try to get the light behind your sensor bar.
     
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    There are other IR sources besides the sensor bar (eg. candles, lightbulbs, a window) that are interfering. Just get rid of these.
     
  5. Ranuto

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    Yeah, sometimes that happens to me to, take the guys advices
     
  6. rickf1018
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    Thanks for the help, yes it was light, i have a big bay window usually happens during the day....Didn't realize that light could do that...



    thanks


    for the help


    Rick
     

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