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Stuck sd card

I have 9 sd cards (mostly 1g, 2 are 2g). I am constantly switching cards.
Yesterday one of my 2g cards got stuck! I can not use the cable to transfer my photos, it NEVER worked on my computer. (It did work on C.......Citys though) So I have to remove the card to transfer my photos.
How can I get the card out of my camera?

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Take battery pack out ... very very gently with a small screw driver inside battery port apply pressure to lower section of housing to sd card. should pop up when normal pressure is applyed to extract ... worked for me :)

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