An..."experiencer"? That's a new one.
Either way...check out which IOS the game is using (alas...it is not on this page
) and make sure that
one is properly updated. Sorry, but "most wads work fine" isn't exactly helpful. Especially since Zelda Skyward sword isn't a wad to begin with.
Second...for someone who's not a newbie, you seem to be missing the obvious: "Memory might be full.
" may actually mean "Memory might be full.
I'd say "go check if you have enough free blocks on your wii"...but I don't. Because frankly, installing wads that are potentially bad can just as well cause you a banner brick. It's better to create an emunand, install the wad on that, and use mighty channels or postloader to attempt to run it. This nets 3 advantages:
1. no more memory space issues, assuming you've got a decent-sized hard drive
2. no more potential bricksituations (okay, okay...if you had priiloader, you were never really in danger. But still...)
3. you can choose which IOS to run said game. Which can mean a bit of trial-and-error in case the default IOS doesn't work and you try a couple others, but it generally works out.
All in all, I think you're WAY too early with your conclusion on a bad dump. In fact, I'd compare it to complaining that your car is broken down...because you misread the warning sign next to the fuel meter.