You cannot have 2 pointers on screen as far as i know, and the commands can only go to one process on a PC as far as i know, so give dual-boxing a try or get a second PC, it doesnt take much to run WoW
1. Why are my Wii remotes messing up?
Any IR light source can interfere with the IR camera on the front of the Wii remote. Sunlight, christmas tree lights, or even candles can confuse the IR tracking. "Sensor bar" is a misnomer. It does not actually sense anything. All it does is provide a couple of IR beacons for the Wii remote to triangulate with to determine where the cursor should be on screen. You can use any IR light source to replace the sensor bar. You can even use candles. Building your own wireless sensor bar only costs less than 10$ in parts from radio shack (a battery clip, a couple IR LEDs, and an appropriately rated resistor is, and maybe even a project case to hold them all. The coolest one I've seen used a body made out of LEGO bricks. If you have not taken your christmas tree down yet, and its near the TV, and you still have the lights running, that is most likely what is wrong.
2. 1994 Chevrolet Suburban K1500 350 Oil Pressure Problems HELP!!!?
Drop the oil pan, clean the pick up screen, replace the oil pump, then replace the main and rod bearings with 0.001" undersized bearings. It is about a 4 hour job that will get your oil pressure back to normal, and will easily extend the life of your engine another 100,000 miles, until the rest of the vehicle falls apart around it
3. How do I keep my computer in 'like new' condition throughout the years?
Do not drink beverages when using it; or jar it (treat it like a Faberge egg); no strong chemicals to clean it (Windex sprayed on rag (not keyboard) to clean; water for screen with super soft cloth. For new units, and replacement chargers, one thing I do right away is reinforce the cable end where it plugs into the lapper. The idea is to make them less flexible & can be done with a couple of methods. 1) Use a hot glue gun and apply glue from as near the tip connector as possible, down the length of the cord 3-5 inches, building up the glue to twice the thickness of the original cord diameter; OR 2) Use a semi-flexible, heavy tape (like cloth athletic tape or similar) & wind around the cord; again to about double the original cord thickness. Both methods restrict the movement and stress on the internal wires, extending the usable life of the cord considerably. Always un-plug the cord using the 'barrel' terminal itself; do not pull on the cord. Always use a rigid smooth surface under, to permit intake air flow. Blow out the vents 2X/year. *********** Software: Use Firefox, with "NoScript" add on as primary browser (mothball IE, except for Windows updates). Way too many system configurations to cover here.
4. How can I lockdown my Android device into kiosk mode?
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5. What room theme/colors go good with these chairs? help?
Tell us the color and style of your other furniture. Are your headboard, chest, etc. some wood color or white or black or something. Is there a lot of light? Window? Lamps? Window and door frames color? Closet door? The chairs look nice. The white quilt is neat but be sure you get one that washes easily and do not let a lot of people sit on it since dirt will show. I think that if you do have light in the room, a dark gray would set off the chairs and the white quilt. That is also a very sophisticated -- not old and not childish-color. A smart looking color. If that would make the room too dark, go with a lighter shade of gray or better just add lamps. Lamps, pillows, and things on the wall can really set the theme also. The dark gray with posters and mirrors on it would look good. I think maybe white for the door and window frames maybe. Of course, if they are wood colored, the dark gray might not look as good. The fun thing to do is to take a picture and put it your computer. Then go in and try different colors on screen. There are lots of programs for that but if you want to you can just use the simple program Paint, which is on most all computers as a freebie. Search for it if you do not see it in programs. By the way, in Paint on edit colors, the gray I mean would be 85 on red, blue, and yellow.