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As to replacing the chip, it was my first thought, but it's playing with fire, there is no native hardware replacement support, it's surface mounted. I don't have the technology or machinery to re suface mount a chip if i wanted to. Have you seen the internals? there is just not a hell of alot you can do.
Yeah you're absolutely right, it's a surface mount, no "legs" coming out from it on all sides. I didn't notice that detail. I recall people bumping their iPods from 8 to 16 (or higher) a few years back and thought that might apply here as well. Well in that case I am rooting for you even more!
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