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« on: May 28, 2008, 07:46:20 AM »

Using a Kensington adapter. Used the software that came with it.
Using Wiinremote.

Last night I got it to work on my PC (Windows XP). Today, when back from work, it doesn't work! The lights just keep blinking. It claims I have connected it, but on WiinRemote it says there is no controller connected.

Anyone have this happen? Help?
Does BlueSoliel really fix some of these issues? And if so, do I need to unistall my previous drivers?

Thanks for any help!

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On Vista, it says software for the HID is loaded successfully, WiinRemote when on says that it is calibrating the Mote, but then really quickly says the WiiMote is disconnected and my lights stop flashing.

On XP, I got the WiiMote to connect, and WiinRemote to say the WiiMote was active. One LED is on on the controller. But there is no signal shown from the accelerometer. Any suggestions?
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« Reply #1 on: May 29, 2008, 08:43:55 AM »

Well, no replies, but I fixed it for the XP.

Used the Sync key rather than 1+2 button, and linked up fine.
Going to start new topic for the Vista issue.
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« Reply #2 on: May 29, 2008, 12:46:32 PM »

Yes there are some differences between the 1&2 buttons and the sync button

I never had to use the sync button myself tho...
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« Reply #3 on: May 29, 2008, 05:50:35 PM »

Yes there are some differences between the 1&2 buttons and the sync button

I never had to use the sync button myself tho...

Well, I saw some guides say to use it. I am not using BlueSoleil, but the WidComm stack, so that may be partially why.

But can you think of any reason why it would work on XP, but not on Vista? Says that the WiiMote is active and attached (in WiinRemote) but I can not get out any output, be in WiinRemote or GlovePIE. I really need it for the Vista application. Please, any help? I don;t want to have to buy a secondary dongle, would prefer to use the primary.
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