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Have a dell Inspiron 1525 notebook with memory card reader, compatible with Memory Stick Pro - but i cannot figure out how to insert the memory stick into the memory card reader - an SD card slots in easily, but how do i to put the Sony stick in - it seems way too small for the slot?

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  • wildwolf Aug 18, 2008

    Thanks egadget guy - that makes sense! It is the mini kind i guess - it's tiny - now all i have to do is find the adaptor!

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The MS pro may need an adapter if it's the mini kind. then that will plug into that slot. it still won't fit the same way as the SD card, so insert it carefully. there should be an indented area for the MSP card to insert.

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