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I put my psp memory card into the sd slot and now it wont come out wht shall i do?

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I you have your warranty valid yet you must go with the technical support to get help
I doesn't have a valid warranty i would suggest you to remove the sd car with an eye tweezers carefully
then see if SD card slot is not damaged, and test it with another sd card
i f the sd car doesnt works you should take your lap to a laptop center and ask for a sd card reader replacement

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Try using tweezers or very small needle nose pliers to get your memory stick pro duo out of the SD slot.

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