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  • Patty Lindsay

    Patty Lindsay June 16, 2001, 6:12 a.m. (Message 26361)

    RE: Laptop for music playback (Long)

    Norah,
    
    I have 196 meg, the laptop came with 64 and I added 128.  If all I 
    am doing is playing music, 75% of that is free so you wouldn't need 
    196 meg for this particular application.
    
    As far as disk space goes,  I'm averaging about 50 mb per album 
    which would mean you could store 100 albums in 5 Gig.  
    
    Patty
    
    
    
    > Wow, Patty that's fabulous!  It sounds like just the sort of thing I've
    > thought about developing but somehow never had the time to research out all
    > the components - got overwhelmed just thinking about it, and about recording
    > everything into my laptop too.  Of course, I'd need to upgrade my laptop,
    > but that's pretty much getting to be a necessity now too.  Now you have me
    > thinking it might be something worth looking into.
    > 
    > Questions:  how much memory do you have?  have you figured out how much of
    > your disk space you're chewing up with recordings?
    > 
    > regards,
    > Norah
    > 
    > > -----Original Message-----
    > > From: Patty Lindsay [mailto:xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx]
    > > Sent: June 14, 2001 11:57 PM
    > > To: xxxxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx
    > > Subject: Laptop for music playback (Long)
    > > 
    > > 
    > > I've recently configured my new laptop for playing music for classes. 
    
    
    
    Patty Lindsay
    Beavercreek (Dayton), Ohio
    xxxxxxxx@xxxxxxxxxx.xxx
    
    http://www.rscdscincinnati.org/ - Cincinnati Branch RSCDS
          

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