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This is embarrassing. How do I release the memory card from my camera? I've had the camera for almost 2 years and have never had a problem. I would open that end of the camera, and it would 'self eject'. Now, it won't. Someone was messing with it last night. The model is Kodak Easyshare M1093 IS. Help!

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Just press down on the top of the memory card and it should pop out like its on a spring

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Were the memory card is, just pull it out

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