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    Hmm.. suddenly had the idea of using superglue on the end of a toothpick.. then stick on to the MS pro duo... wonder if that works...

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    think better get those cylindrical good-quality toothpicks and square-cut the pointed end and dab with a small amt of alteco...

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    Send in to service centre, ask them to remove for you lor. unless u wanna dismantle the notebook yrself

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    Sigh... Curiosity kills a cat, now it kills a card!

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    Quote Originally Posted by willyfoo View Post
    Hmm.. suddenly had the idea of using superglue on the end of a toothpick.. then stick on to the MS pro duo... wonder if that works...
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    Hey... .guess what?? It worked!!!

    Used 1 toothpick at first.. cut it the sharp part off to get more surface area..
    Put some Scotch Super Glue Gel on it and stuck it to the end of the MS Pro Duo..
    I realised that the glue might stick to the side surface of the notebook, so I used a wedge to keep the card away from the side.

    When it was dry, I tried pulling it off and it moved a bit, but the glue gave way..
    So I just cut the toothpick into 3 parts and tried it again!

    It came out easily..
    Now I'm convinced that you can pull most things out, just how many toothpicks you use..

    And the toothpicks come off the card easily...

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    Keke, sounds like mission accomplished!
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    Just a quick shot to show those who may face the same problem as me next time how to do it... Good Luck!

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    Quote Originally Posted by willyfoo View Post
    Just a quick shot to show those who may face the same problem as me next time how to do it... Good Luck!
    Cool idea! Congrats!

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    Oooo.... Interesting! New things learnt!
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    haha now i know to be on the watch for a 512mb MS pro duo on the B&S section...
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    huh? tweezer doesn't work? i thought tweezer slim enough to fit thru the slot? the ones that come with the swiss army knife should do the trick.

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    some tweezers do not have serrated jaws to "bite" onto the surface when extracting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by irenet View Post
    huh? tweezer doesn't work? i thought tweezer slim enough to fit thru the slot? the ones that come with the swiss army knife should do the trick.
    Yes.. that managed to squeeze in .. but not enough strength to pull the card out..

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