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GC memory card stuck

I put the gamecube memory card into the the slot. Then, I noticed it was in slot B. I was going to take it out but it wouldn't come out! What do I do?

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  • yumiii03 Apr 09, 2009

    i have the same problem...wat shud i do?

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Unplug or completely power down the console, and then it should come out easily. Slot B is kind of an *******, apparently.

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