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I've your battery is replaced and fully charged then the issue is most likely that the circuit which feeds that ROM chip isn't getting sufficient power. I would look into replacing the capacitors on the board. Think there's only one or two.
The answer by Ross Ridge completely covers the original question. I just wanted to add that you should look around for a Gamecube Wavebird controller. It's fully wireless and supported on the Wii. They have been discontinued for a long time but you can still find them. The button press response and the d-pad/thumbstick feel are better than any non-nintendo ...
Back during the original N64 release I had two RF boxes, one official nintendo and one was the Babbage's electronics store generic brand. Only the Nintendo one ever worked for me. Honestly though, RCA cables are a better way to go. At least you got something working so you could use your system.
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