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Hi I put in a Kodak 2GB SD card but it will not stay in keeps poping out. What will fix this. When I hold the card in the computer does read the card. So I could tape it in - but I am looking for the correct fix. Thanks

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Get a pencil end and push it in the socket a little further flush it should click unless its broken and hold the card secure.

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