Question about Dell Latitude CP System Board ( Motherboard 166MHZ ) - 66892 CD-ROM Drive

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Memory disc in wrong printer slot

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"I took a lot of digital pix, but you’ll never see them. I took the digital chip out of the camera last night in the home office and didn’t put enough light on so I stuck the disk into a wrong hole and it won’t come out. So gone."

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