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My memory card protective cover is stuck inside the memory card slot. how do I remove it out? my laptop is under warranty & you have no service stations in goa.

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Hi,No need to worry,i'll ask this can you see the Adapter when you look into the memory card slot?if you do,you will need this item:- Forceps or Tweezers use either of these insert it into the slot make sure you dont push the adapter inside grab the adapter and pull to remove.

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bullet.gif Memory Module
bullet.gif Mini PCI Card
bullet.gif Modules

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