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Stuck memory card

I stuck my memory stick pro into my computer's card reader without the adapter and now it is stuck. how can I get it out?

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Take a credit card and angle the credit card (c.c.) so that when u slide the credit card outward .... the mem chip has a VERY small lip on it thats what you want to try to get the c.c. to catch onto

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