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you could be doing like alot of us shooters do and dropping your "bow"before you hit your target.. dont drop bow till after you hear the shot hit.. keep up to eye just like your gettin ready to shoot (but youve already shot)
If you want to rip, or back up, games for your Nintendo Wii, it's not going to be easy. Nintendo Wii and Gamecube disks both spin in the opposite direction from normal disks to prevent them from being ripped. But there is a way to get around this by ripping the game directly from the Wii onto an SD card.
Make sure your Wii is modified with a Wiikey. Without one, you will not be able to rip games for it. You can have Wiikey installed for you, or install it yourself.
Plug in the Gecko adapter and SD card into your Wii's Gamecube memory card slot. It will then ask you to load a disk.
Load whatever Wii or Gamecube game you want to rip. It will save the files on the SD card, but the card is too small to fit the whole game. Once it has dumped all the information it can hold, you must remove the SD card and put the files on your computer. Erase the card and put it back in the memory card slot and continue copying the game's information. For a Wii game you will have to do this three times.
Once you have the entire game on your computer, they will be in usually three separate pieces. Combine them into one file.
Burn the game file onto a 4.7 GB DVD disk and play it on your Wii. Due to the Wii's protection software, only modified Wii's can play ripped Wii games.
You need to put in the Wii fit game and bypass all the screens until it is looking for play options.Take the battery cover off of the Wii board and open the large cover on the front of the Wii console.Press the sync button inside the battery compartment on the board,then press the red sync button at the top of the open console.If the blue light stays on constant,they are synched.If not,try again.Good luck and Game On!
If all other discs work fine you can take the one that is not playing back to the store. The other option is to get a your wii modified and just back the games up to a hard drive. www.wiihdmods.com just dropped their 100 game hard drives to 150.00
do you play the game by yourself or in two player mode? if you play in single mode, you only go for high scores and will stay locked. when you play with a friend, whenever you unlock a game, it is permenantly open, so you dont have to replay it.
Each Mii that you play on your Wii Play game must each go through the growing pains of passing each section first. You should be able to drudge through the games in about 3-5 minutes each. Once the games are unlocked, they stay unlocked.