Question about Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
I would carefully remove it yourself with a paperclip - make sure not to poke any of the pins toward the back of the card slot. Or, you could probably shutdown your computer, unplug everything from the computer tower, and unscrew the back and side with a screwdriver - it looks complicated, but there are usually no more than 4-6 screws holding the back into place.
This is a quick job, unless there is some special feature about your card slot that I don't know about. Best Buy or CompUsa may even agree to do it for free (or very cheap).
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
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