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On vacation, removed the photo card and it now says LOCKED. HELP

While on vacation, we removed the photo card and it now says LOCKED and will not allow us to take any more pictures

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Hi!

If you are using an SD or MMC card, check if the lock button (on the side of the card - a tiny plastic that you can slide) is on the LOCK position. Slide it to UNLOCK position. If it's already in UNLOCK position, slide it to LOCK , then UNLOCK position.

Good luck and have a nice day!

Posted on Dec 02, 2008

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