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Sony Flash memory card - 2 GB Memory Stick PRO My memory stick board was bent and now it does not detect. Can the flash memory chip be removed and then soldered on to another working Sony memory stick? if it would be very difficult, what are my options of recovering data? Thanks

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Very difficult to retrive mem. cannot be soldered due to the traces are microscopic and an iron would go through multiple traces. try putting in cpu rather than cam to try and save to hd. good luck hope this helps.

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