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Dell vostro 1510 - FronT edge of computer has a SD/MMC,MS/PRO menory card slot. Is there a way to open slot using keyboard, or does one do it manually? Mine appears to be jammed. Any help anyone can give me would be greatly appreciated.

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No you cant open the reader with the keyboard. You have to use it manually only. Actually you do not have to open any because card reader has ony slots into which you insert the cards. And Dell provides dummy plastic cards with the laptops. Just hold it and pull it out. Then insert your actual card. All cards have different sizez and so ar the slots of the card reader.

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