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Sd card not working

I looked at pictures for 5 minutes then took it out to down load pictures,pc didnt read it.then put it back in camera the it said ,this card cannot be used,

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Check to make sure you didn't accidentally move the locking switch on the SD card to the locked position. There will be a switch on the side of the card. One side of the switch says locked, (or has picture of a locked lock) and the other side says unlocked, or has a picture of an unlocked lock. Try it out.

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You have to make sure that the sd memory card you were using, hasn't been in another camera. If it was, your camera read the memory card differently, and it didn't show you had taken any. If this was the case, put the sd card back into the camera you took it from, and hopfully it will show on that.

If I wasn't even close, put you sd memory card in your computer, and hopefully, they will show up on there.

I'm sorry if I didn't get what you were saying, and didn't even answer you problem. I hope this helps.

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http://www.uflysoft.com/data-recovery-mac/memory-card-error.html

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