How many songs can 64 GB of memory hold?


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2012-02-03 19:51:08
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An IPad with 64G of memory can hold up to 16,000 songs. However, this number goes down depending on how many other things you have on the iPad taking up memory.

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64 gigs should hold about 16 thousand songs if each song is 3.5 minutes long.

Based on a typical song lasting 3 to 4 minutes, it should hold about 18 to 21 songs.

it depends how many mb one picture has

The PDA can typically hold between 16 MB to 64 MB of memory.

i think it would hold a good amount of songs x it really depends how large the song is x tisha x

They don't come in 6gb versions. Only 8, 32 and 64. I would recommend 32 or 64.

Hold start and turn the system on, and the memory card will come up.

64 mb is not very much 64 mb = 0,064 gb 64 mb equals about 12 normal songs

32-bit OS can only hold up to 4GB of memory. 64-bit OS can hold up to 1TB of memory, most motherboards can only hold from 12 to 16GB of memory.

Definitly,more than 7,000 songs or about 40 hours of non-stop videos.(MORE THAN THAT!!!!!!!)

It depends on the hard drive (or memory capacity) size of the MP3 player. Of course, songs of different lengths are different sizes, but the average song is about 30 MB. So if your MP3 player can store 1 GB (1000 MB), it can probably hold about 333 songs. This depends on the quality of your MP3 songs. Basically, the higher the quality of your songs, the bigger the files, and hence the less number of songs you can hold in your player. For 128M player, it can hold about 32 songs (128k bit rate). For 256M player, it can hold about 64 songs (128k bit rate). For 512M player, it can hold about 128 songs (128k bit rate). For 1G player, it can hold about 256 songs (128k bit rate).

Apple's website quotes ipod nanos holding 1000 songs. This sounds about right because I have a 64 MB mp3 player and it can hold almost 20 songs, so proportionally speaking, this means a 4 GB could hold around 1200 songs. 1000 songs or 3500 pictures

Digital cameras usually have external memory cards that can hold many picture files. There are different types of cards with different memory sizes ranging from 2 gb to 64 gb.

Put the memory card in the first player controller and hold the START button down while you turn the system on. This will access the Memory Manager function of the Nintendo 64 where you can delete some or all of the files on the memory card.

Put the memory card in the first controller and hold down START when you turn the system on. This lets you access the Memory Manager menu.

Hold on the START button then turn on ur Nintendo 64 if there is a game cartridge in it. If that doesnt work, use a game like Pokemon Stadium that has an option to delete the memory out.

hold in the start button when you boot up your n64 until the game has loaded, and it has to be a game with memory card compatability.

You can fit over 10,000 songs on a 64 GB iPod Touch. This includes videos, pictures, and games.

It takes 16 address lines to address 64 KB of memory. (216 = 65536)

The Commodore 64 was equipped with 64 kilobytes (KB) or 65536 bytes of memory (64*1024). It was possible to expand this memory with a memory expansion plugged in the back although the 6510 CPU could only address 64 kb so these had methods for copying data up and down from the memory expansion to the system memory.

The Nintendo 64 rumble pak does not store memory. I believe you may be referring to the controller pak, also called the memory pak. To do this put the memory pak in the 1st player controller. Hold the START button while you turn on the system. This will give you access to the memory management utility.

GB is short for gigabyte. Gigabytes are units of memory for a computer, phone, iPod or other electronic devices like that. 64 GB will hold twice the usual memory of a 32 GB.

The iPods today come in various capacities. Depending on your finances, buy what you can afford. I believe they come in 8, 16, 32 and 64 gigabyte varieties. The 64gb will hold over 2000 songs.

Place the memory pack in the first player controller and hold START when you turn the system on. This accesses the Memory Manager function of the system which lets you delete files on the memory card.

Depending on the type of CD, you can fit quite a lot on a disk. An average 256 megabytes will hold about 64 songs, whereas a 4.7 gigabyte disk will hold about 1,203 songs.

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