Question about Sony Computers & Internet
For access that memory card you need card reader.
You can buy it from nearest computer or cell phone mobile shop.
Then connect that card reader to computer's usb ports so then insert that memory card into card reader then you can see data on memory card.
Let me know if you need further assistance.
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