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Help! When i put a Sd memory card in my camcorder/camera and i try to take a picture it says "Card Protect" on the screen and i am not able to take a picture or record. Ive made sure the Sd card wasnt on lock but it still doesnt let me take pictures or record.In the users manuel it states to "set the SD card to writable" but i do not know how to do that. What do i do help!

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Re: Help!

The little lock lever on the side of the card is too long and telling the camera its inwrite protect mode try another brand of card ozdigiman

Posted on Feb 27, 2007

Re: Help!

The same thing happened to me and i don't know what to do either but as i was currently researching it i found a solution that when you were editing it or putting it on the computer an issue accured that you pressed something that makes you not able to delete, record, or take pictures....

Posted on Sep 07, 2007

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