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    Possible to restore NAND without remote?

    Looking for answers on why the wii remotes (any and all) turn off as soon as I try to access any channel. The remotes work fine in the system menu and/or in the settings but turn off when you click any "Start" button (whether a stock Wii channel like the Mii channel or the Homebrew channel). All the remotes that I have do this, both old white ones without motionplus and a new black one with motionplus. The only way to resync is to turn off the Wii and sync again at the health screen. I cannot be certain but this problem may have began when I first synced the new black motionplus remote to the system.

    So trying to restore nand with Bootmii -- except that I can't get to Bootmii without a working controller. Even if I hit RESET at the Wii menu and bring up Priiloader, the remote automatically turns off and I have no way of selecting Bootmii from the Priiloader menu. Ideas appreciated!

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    Try doing a full reset on your Wiimote sync. To do this, at the health and warning screen hold in the sync button on your Wii for at least 15 seconds. This will clear its memory. Then sync each one of your remotes again by pressing the sync button on your console, then the sync button on the remote.

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    nope!

    Tried that -- nothing works. The remotes will turn themselves off as soon as the "Start" button of any channel is clicked or when hitting Reset to start Priiloader.

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    Are you using the red button on the wii and the red button on the wiimote by the battery? Sounds like your using buttons 1 and 2 on the wiimote, not the red button. You need to use the red buttons.

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    No, using the red buttons -- to no avail.

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    Then I think your next step should be to test another wiimote and/or new bateries. It is probably not your wii, but it could be.

    Hhow does the wiimote work if you boot directly to priiloader the HBC? Not working?

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    As I said, all remotes (5 of them) are the same (turn off when accessing a channel or Priiloader).

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    Then you are going to need a gc controller if you want to try and do anything.
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