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Car locked displayed and cannot be removed.

We have an 128 mb memory card. After the card was full we downloaded the pictures to the computer. When the card was reinserted the camera displayed "card locked' and we cannot change that nor take pictures.
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Look on the front of your memory card for words that say "lock" and it will usually have an arrow beside it. Move the switch over and reinsert your card. It should be able to read it. Kind of like how a floppy disc has a lock, so does a memory card.

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