Loc: Stoughton, WI USA
That's crazy Knifelord, but I wouldn't suggest putting that much strain on your iPod. They normally don't seek for that long of a time and I would imagine that drive errors/corruption could occur. Seriously, it shouldn't happen, but as a percausion I'd get yourr internal drive working A.S.A.P. and get the iPod back to playing songs.
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