N64 controller to Wiimote adapter FAQ
The N64 controller buttons are different from the original N64 game. Is there a way to fix this?
Yes! The adapter offers several button mappings to accommodate most games. Please have a look
at the mapping sheet (why not also print it?) available from the product page
in the Links & Downloads
tab. Also, if this is a Wii U virtual console game, open the virtual console menu and have a look in Controller Settings
. It is possible to reassign buttons there too.
The pointer is moving by itself and/or buttons are being pressed at random. Is the adapter defective?
Probably not. If there is a memory card or rumble pack installed in your N64 controller, remove it. Then, disconnect and reconnect the adapter.
Is the rumble pack supported?
Unfortunately no. The adapter pretends to be a classic controller and these do not have a vibration function...
When I press Z on the N64 remote, the virtual console menu opens instead of doing <game specific function>. How do
I fix this?
You may need to disable the open menu function for this controller. Open the menu, enter Controller Serttings
, select the
classic controller (the adapter pretends to be one), find the button currently assigned to MENU and change it to -
(that's no function). As an example, for Mario 64 it is the (Zr) button that needs to be changed.
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