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Memory card is write protected

I get this message on both my cards, but they aren't. I have to eject the card sometimes 50 times for it to read properly. I cannot reformat the card because my menu won't let me select it. This is less than 1 year old and I'm very disappointed.

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  • turtle84 Nov 06, 2008

    My camera keeps saying Write protected and will not work. I had taken the card out to get pics made and put it back in. Help! I cannot use the camera at all!

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Hi. I am turtle84. I called Nikon and found out that I had to move the button on the side of the memory card. I guess when you put the card in and out of the machines in the store it moves the button on the side. My camera is fine now. No more annoying message and it works!

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