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    Wii Won't sync?

    Hello I don't really know where to place this post being as this my first post.

    I Have used a DriveKey on my wii and put it back together.

    For a few days I had no problem playing backups but when a friend brought over a PS3 and while it was on I started the wii and it connected for a moment then It just stopped.

    The wii turns on and goes to the menu I just can't use the controller.

    -I have bought a new wii controller and that won't sync either.

    -I have bought a new sensor bar(switched a wired for a wireless)

    I have no Idea what Is wrong and have tried holding down the sync button on the wii to reset but I still can't sync.

    Any Idea on what is wrong and how to fix it?

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    did u unplug the wired 1 and plug it back in?

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    Are you able to power on the Wii with the Wiimote?

    Could be a dodgy bluetooth module in the Wii, or it's somehow become loose.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    Yes

    I have tried unplugging it and plugging it back in.

    I think Tealc99 is right about the blue tooth because I can still power it on like he said but not connect.

    So How do I fix it though?

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    Well it's the blouetooth module that allows you to turn on the power to the Wii via the Wiimote so if it is broken then it's only partially broken.

    Does the Wii allow you to press A on the warning screen or does it just time out and go to the menu by itself?

    I'm guessing that this is a poorly seated, perhaps partially unseated bluetooth module that you knocked when installing the drivekey. From what I understand the bluetooth module is a little card that fits into a slot near the front of the console. There is, I know, a fair bit of info on this module on the internet with instruction to check and change it.
    Not really doing much Wii stuff these days.

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    It just times out...

    ... any way I am really grateful for the help and I think I can figure the rest out.

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