Sd card stuck in mac cd slot
Posted on Jan 02, The SD card that you tried is likely not the proper size for your iMac, try using tweezers to remove it and perhaps investing in an adapter to the correct size from the one that you tried. Posted on May 03, Remove drive and try to pull one side of the drive off that will allow to remove card. You may still have to replace the drive if it tried to turn on with the card inserted. Posted on May 16, Uninstall the last update for your iMac. After you do that reboot it and then put the sd card and see if it reads it.
If it does then you know the update was corrupting the drivers for your card reader.
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If you do that and your sd card still isn't being read, try another sd card and if it still doesn't read even the 2nd card then that means its a problem with your card reader. Posted on May 17, Click "Add" to insert your video. Dec 10, Apple iMac G4 Desktop.
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It's worth a thousand words. Related Questions: 1 Answer Why my camera tell me "impossible connection" when I try to put my photos on my Mac? And what is the software which is installed when I read the CD? The Nikon download software is called Nikon Transfer 2. Do not do this by feel. Look as you insert the card because if you insert it in the CDROM slot, you may not be able to extract it.
When the computer recognizes your SD card, it will either open Nikon Transfer 2 or a folder will appear on your desk top. Brian fagan. Thank goodness for this post! I was really stressed out over this because it's my work computer and if I broke the drive, I'd be so upset!
The tape trick didn't work for me the tape would get stuck near the entrance of the drive and not slide in easily. I turned the machine sideway while holding it up a little in the front, then used a ruler to gently flick down and out. I wasn't sure it was working but then I saw the very tip of the sim card so I did it again and I was able to grab the edge of the card and pull it out! Thanks so much. I cut off the bottom of a small envelope and used it as a "hook" to grab the SD card.
It took 4 or 5 tries but grabbed the card in the end. I figured there must be other absent-minded people who had done the same silly trick of putting the card in the wrong slot. Thanks again. Show 28 more comments.
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Use gravity and inertia. Hold the machine tightly with the disk opening pointing down and shake it out using short abrupt downward thrusts. Show 13 more comments. Wow - I have a 21" imac and did this based on everyone's advice and it worked! Thanks for the scoop. I could have easily wasted three hours taking this to apple store or calling apple care. My method from the other responses was to take a manila folder and cut it into an "L" shape about 4" high and 3" wide. I then turned the computer off.
I then turned the iMac on it's side so the dvd was facing down. I left the iMac stand on the desk and then rested the side of the iMac on my legs, but there could be other ways to turn it sideways that leaves the slot accessible. I then fished the L shaped manila folder piece into the slot with the leg of the "L" facing the bottom of the iMac.
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I did gently shake the imac on my leg a little bit, and also made sure that the iMac screen was perpendicular to the floor - not leaning one way or the other. I then pulled the L down slowly and not too hard. Sure enough, on the 3rd try or so, the sd card pushed it's way through the spongy material at the dvd opening.
Couldn't believe it! Thanks everyone. I cut the manila folder 'L' at the spine so there was a double thickness and the hooking action made a sort of Vee shape with the open end of the Vee dragging downwards towards the exit slot. Thanks for a really great tip, it worked with my L shaped manilla folder cut out, took about 3 minutes. It worked! And I totally cheated. I didn't turn my iMac on its side; I just left it sitting normal.
I also didn't turn it off. I took my L-shaped piece of FedEx envelope about half-inch wide on the L and on about the forth try at fishing around in there, it slid out. Show 27 more comments. My husband did the same thing.
I called Apple Care and they said don't mess with it, bring it to the Apple Store. The Apple tech took a 6" long piece of 2" wide cellophane packing tape and folded one end of it over to make a non sticky handle. Then they inserted it into the drive and the SD card stuck to it and came right out!!
Thank you so much!! I have a 27 inch imac, and I tried the gently shaking thing, but didn't get anywhere. I then tried the packing tape thing, and it took a few tries, but I got it!! I had to tape it flat to a thick sheet of paper first, as my packing tape is flimsy.
Then fish it in, but it worked in the end!!