I accidentally inserted a sony camera disk in the mediabridge slot. now the disk does not come out and is stuck subsequently the computer had to be restored when restore4d the computer gets stuck and does not go beyond when the indicator light comes on how do i open the computer and take out the disk i could not get a diagram to unscrew the back to access the mediabridge (multi card reader) or is there any other any other solution tot his problem
Same thing happened here. Hubby was able to remove memory card by inserting a VERY small screwdriver under the memory card and catching on an indentation. He was then able to remove the disk from the slot.
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You tried to put a Sony Memory Stick into an SD slot? It will probably need as much force to pull it out as it took to jam it in there!
I'd power off, and start with tweezers... if that doesn't work... i'd break out the needle-nose pliers. You may break the reader while trying this... but a card reader is all of $10-20... and you're kinda stuck anyway. ;o)
It looks to be on the left hand side inbetween the Network and the PCMCIA slots, you should just be able to insert you camera card into the slot and it detect it, it supports the following type of media:
Memory Stick PRO
Multi Media Card
Hi, In the card slot if u are inserting a mmc card it will be inserted directly and after inserting u will find a new drive in my computer and on opening that u will be finding the data and to transfer the data directly right click on the data and send to drive name allottedto card reader. If u rae using a micro SD card then u will have to use an adaptor which will convert micro sd card to the MMC size.
Try pushing in on the card until it clicks, and springs back out. If it is not that type of slot, then pull the card out using a pair of needle nosed plyers (since you obviously can't pull it out by hand). If it looks to require too much force, then you might want to try taking out the screws on the back of the laptop to reveal the card slot, there is an obstruction that is preventing the card from being removed. I had an issue with an SD card getting stuck, and I pulled it, but the pins stayed inside, so use caution & be gentle.
Yes it is really plug into slot and use but it won't work at all if you won't install drivers. So please go to Sony's website and choose your model there and then download n install drivers. Thats it. Simple or not ?
Hi... Remember that the SD card has a little slot at the center we'll use that to retrieve the card. First, find a "medium safety pin" and straightened it and on the sharp edge, use a plier to make a little hook... Use that to pull it out....
Use an extended card holder to insert the SD card because the design is for the mini stick SD card...