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Offline chrism

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on: August 30, 2010, 06:15:39 AM
Good morning to every one. My name is Chris and i am new in the forum. I 'm sorry about my English (i am from Greece)
I have problem about Johny Lee software. I am running the program, i use the IR pen and it's working, but after some minutes, it get crashing(or after another calibration). I tried the programm in  Win 7 and Vista but i have the some problem! "The program has stop working" 

Also i have another question! Is it allways neccecary  to press wiimote 1-2 buttons for connection via bluetooth? Then, why some users put their wiimote on the ceiling? How they are pressing the buttons? It 's difficult, is n't?

 If anyone would know something about it, i would appreciate that!
Thanks a lot!!



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Reply #1 on: August 31, 2010, 06:11:05 AM
Hi Chris,

The Wiimote Whiteboard app that you are using is not really an end user application and thus may not be stable.

It seems that you are connecting the Wiimote manually via your Bluetooth drivers. If you are using Smoothboard, you can connect the Wiimotes automatically but you will still need to press the 1+2 buttons.

For users who have a permanent setup in a classroom, they may be using a power supply with a remote switch. The Wiimote's 1+2 buttons or the Red Sync button is then taped down permanently. When you would like to connect the Wiimote, you just need to power up the Wiimote and SmoothConnect will automatically connect your Wiimote.

Here is a link to a reseller who have made some videos: http://www.irgreat.com/videos.htm

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Reply #2 on: September 29, 2010, 12:32:50 PM
I'm having some issues with pairing.  The school district I am in does not let me have rights to remove devices from the hardware manager.  It will let me download the Wiimote driver once but because it thinks it's already there, it will not let me do it again.  I was able to use the WiiWhiteboard once and not any more.  How do I sync my remote without having to install the driver software everytime?  Better yet, how do I get me district higher-ups to let me have rights to be able to do what I want?



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Reply #3 on: September 29, 2010, 03:47:01 PM
I'm having some issues with pairing.  The school district I am in does not let me have rights to remove devices from the hardware manager.  It will let me download the Wiimote driver once but because it thinks it's already there, it will not let me do it again.  I was able to use the WiiWhiteboard once and not any more.  How do I sync my remote without having to install the driver software everytime?  Better yet, how do I get me district higher-ups to let me have rights to be able to do what I want?

Have you tried using Smoothboard to connect your Wiimote?

If you are connecting manually without Smoothboard's SmoothConnect, you may need to remove the Wiimote device before reconnecting it.

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Boon Jin

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