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Just got an ACER Aspire AS5720Z notebook. It has a 5-in-1 card reader. I have a memory Stick Pro Duo card that is extremely small. The manual says the card reader will read it. There is NO eject button that I can see. I'm afraid to put the card in without knowing how to eject it. How do you EJECT the card from the card reader? Is there a software command somewhere to do it?

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Hi, the memory Stick Pro Duo card is (micro), half size as you have noticed you need to buy an SD adapter card. You put your Pro Duo card into the SD card & than put it into your card reader.
Once you see the SD adapter card on the web site you'll understand. You can buy this at a local BestBuy. Most web sites sell the adapter as a combo, you'll get a micro card & adapter.
Click the link below.
http://www.google.com/products?hl=en&q=Stick+Pro+Duo+adapter+only&um=1&ie=UTF-8
Look at SanDisk 2GB Ultra II Memory Stick PRO Duo w/Adapter
& you will understand.

Have more questions? Just ask.
Good Luck & Have a Great Day!

Posted on Mar 21, 2008

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