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Don't trash an iPod with bad blocks on the drive
Authored by: mr_kitty on Jan 24, '11 08:52:23AM

I would think it'd be much more productive to send it off to iresq.com for a new / upgraded drive.

While *some* drives may not continue to deteriorate once bad blocks start, most do. Certainly you can't trust a drive that has already demonstrated hardware wear.



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