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Accessing the Since I lost my manual, at time of unpacking my brandnew computer, I have no idea of how to access an SD-card in the slot on front of my computer! Please Tell me how I could accomplish that! Thanking you in advance, Herb Meyer, herb.meyer@cogeco.ca

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You should be able to just plug the SD card in. If the PC has several slots, then pick the one closest in size, and remember that the card has a polarizing notch on one end. Do not force it in - it should go smoothly, and the PC should pick it up as 'a new device'.

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