Answer to: TarDisk SD Drive Expansion Removal after over insertingThe length of the TarDisk, varies to match the depth of your SDXC port. Here is a chart. There is also software to determine which model you need. From the comment above, it appears that your MacBook Pro 15" Unibody late 2013 has a 22mm deep SD port and you may have inserted a 18mm long TarDisk. To remove the TarDisk you have in there now, you can probably make a tool out of a thin paper-clip. You would need to bend an "L" shape into the paper clip, stick it into the slot and rotate it 90 degrees to catch the lip. Using metal to remove the TarDisk will/may cause damage, but if you are careful you should be ok. TarDisk.com has a support chat on the website -- work with them to help make the tool.