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Memory Stick stuck won't pop out

Maybe the memory stick wasn't the right one but it is jammed sand won't pop out. Is Visible should tweezers be used?

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If you got it in......it's probably the right one!
Just grab, wiggle and pull gently firmly!
If this doesn't work I'd wait til I get it open before I'd stick anything into especially if it's on and operating since this might screw up your computer by shorting out something!!!!

Posted on Jan 21, 2009

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Your phones card is a RS-MMC type not combatable, wont fit, no eject on printer, card too small for slot, wrong type

 

Power off carefull tweezer hunt or bluetac on a match, happy hunting

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