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Datacard in the laptops slot

I put my datacard in the laptops slot but since the size of the slot is a bit large and datacard being small,it got stuck in the slot and im not able to get it out.
im in delhi,india and unable to find any information where i can get this rectified.plz help me.

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I put Hwai v data card, i am unable to put in the, i want to know which is the right model of v data card for the HP 6720s model laptop

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