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Try getting a 'jewelers' set of screwdrivers, or screwdrivers that are used for watches and eyeglasses. They're not expensive.

If the screwheads are damaged, then you might try to drill them out with a small bit.

Unfortunately a lot of modern key fobs are made this way.

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