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SD card is protected in my camera need my photos

Micro SD card is protected cant view my photos on my camera

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There is a small white button on a slider on that card. Might it be that it has been protected by it?
Try sliding it towards the opposite of wich it is and make sure it stays!
Then retry!

Posted on Feb 10, 2012

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