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Card locked we just unloaded photos from the card onto computer and "card locked" message appeared when replaced card

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Eject the SDcard. With the label facing you there should be a small tab/lever on the top left-hand side. slide this from the 'LOCK' or 'protect' setting. This should now work properly for you.

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To load your digital pictures onto your computer, you will need a card reader (hooked up to your computer via a USB) and your memory card. Some cameras allow you to hook a USB right into your camera without removing the memory card.
If required, you will load your memory card into the card reader. Your digital media will appear as another drive on your computer. Click the drive and your photos will appear in a folder on the drive. You can view your pictures immediately by double-clicking the file. From here, you can save your pictures directly to any folder on your computer.
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  • Print your photos on photo paper.

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