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The memory card can be used to store images, audio, video and data. A 256MB card would typically hold about 64 MP3 songs, 666 images and 90 minutes of video* .......ok how come i can only hold 3 songs about 40 pics and 10min vidos????

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Unless your songs pics and video are in a very odd format, then possibly you have been sold a smaller capacity card with an incorrect/fake label. see if you can borrow one or get another from a different store to check it is not a problem with your unit. these memory cards can go wrong but it is very rare for them to function at all if they have damage. How much memory does the card appear to have if you stick it in a card reader on a pc or similar. try reformatting the card - there should be this option fairly obvious - if you have trouble finding this then please ask again I hope this helps :)

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