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Re: memory card slot =/
Take two dollar bill newest as you can and stick one corner on top of the memory card aon the other corner at the battom the hold both bills closer as you can to the memory an press the bills so they can grave the card and pull it out the reason why are you using bills is because they are not good electrical conduction so caution if you use any kind of metall you can damage the computer and memory
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Use small utensils, such as tweezers, bits of wire or a paperclip. If nothing you try works, you can remove the bottom of the laptop to get access to the interior of the slot. Hopefully this won't invalidate your warranty, if you have one.
It has a memory card slot (left-side towards the front), but your particular memory card might be too big for the slot. There are several different variations of memory cards out now. Of course the newer the variation, the smaller that card is. This laptop is fairly new so it might not be compatible with your memory card. Does your camera have a USB cable for transferring pictures? If so, then just use that.
2.Remove the laptop Battery ( Close the Lid , turn
the laptop Up side down, search for a battery Lock tab, move it to Unlock
position, You can see a Lock/Unlock mark on the Laptop cover, this will eject
the battery from the slot.
carefully pullout the memory card from the card slot, utmost care should be
taken not to damage the card slot contacts
4.After taking out the cardput back the battery make sure that it is in
the locked position
5.Start the computer , try out the system
6.Verify the memory Card reader functionality
using a proper card as per the maker guidelines
You tried to put a Sony Memory Stick into an SD slot? It will probably need as much force to pull it out as it took to jam it in there!
I'd power off, and start with tweezers... if that doesn't work... i'd break out the needle-nose pliers. You may break the reader while trying this... but a card reader is all of $10-20... and you're kinda stuck anyway. ;o)
I can't find any decent photos of your laptop online so I can't see what you're seeing, but it may be one of several things:
1) A PCMCIA or Express Card slot - this is a flat, long slot that usually has a dummy plastic "card" in it. You put wifi, network, sound, modem, video capture etc. cards in here
2) A smartcard reader - often located just under an express card slot - is a very thin slot where you put a business-card like ID card which can authenticate you, like a fingerprint. When you take it out your computer locks automatically. These are a defunct security standard usually on business laptops, not used much anymore but it's so small that a lot of laptops come with them anyway. In fact it's easy to not even realize it's there.
3) A proprietary expansion slot - HP in particular are known for putting special "expansion ports" just for HP devices. Perhaps this laptop is the same.