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Hey, itsactually not your camera at all.Take your memory card,there should be a little white thing on the side of it,just push it the other way and wola!!! fixed! simple as that ...hope i helped you. vanessa

Posted on Nov 20, 2008

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    logila2001 Sep 22, 2012

    Gracias. Thanks. It worked for me just right. I solved my problem with my Nikon D5100 and a ScanDisk memory card of 32 GB. God bless you.

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check your sd card, there's a tiny bar on the side that you can "slide" to unlock...

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SOURCE: cant take photos and the LCD screen says "Memory card is locked. Slide lock to 'write' position"

I don't own this camera but My guess is your memory card is in a LOCK SETTING you need to move the memory card to unlocked " wrirte " so you memory card isn't locked.....
Step 1 remove the card from you're camera
Step 2 there is a small little side on the side of the memory chip move that to the unlock position.
step 3 insert the card and start shooting!

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SOURCE: Camera is saying "Memory card is locked. Slide lock to "write" position."

If you remove the card from the camera, there is a little switch on the SD Card. There is typically a label that shows which direction is locked. If not, switch it to the opposite side. This should solve the problem. Otherwise, there could be a problem with your card. I hope this solves the problem.

Posted on May 17, 2009

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First take out the SD Memory card. If the tiny switch on the card (Top right) is in Lock position (marked on the card), slide it up to unlock position.

Posted on Aug 30, 2010

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SOURCE: memory card is locked

TAKE YOUR MEMORY CARD OUTSIDE THE CAMERA. AND IN THE MEMORY CARD IN RIGHT SIDE A SMALL WHITE SWITCH WILL BE THERE PUSH IT TO DOWN POSITION.

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