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First of all there isn't any problem with your memory card or camera . Take out the memory card from your camera and take a look at memory card , there will be a lock pin on the memory card .just unlock it with your finger cause it has a tiny knob
Remove the memory card from the camera, look along the one edge for a tiny switch, slide it towards the contacts to unlock the card. The switch that is in the furthest position from the contacts is in the locked position to prevent deletion of photographs, now! if the card is already in the unlocked position slide it back and forth to reset, if this fails replace the card.
SD type cards have a little switch on the card that can write protect or "lock" it. Take the card out of the camera and check this switch. To unlock it, it should be moved towards the edge of the card which has the electrical contacts.
There is also a software protection feature on some cameras, but this is used to protect a folder or individual picture from accidental deletion, not the whole memory. You set or release this protection from the camera menus.
If it is not that, then maybe it is having trouble with the size of the memory. Memory cards have grown enormously in capacity in the last couple of years, and even relatively new cameras may not be able to cope with the memory size of the newest cards. Have you tried formatting the card in the camera? This would be one way of making sure that the camera can cope with the card, and it will also erase anything on the card.
There is a small lock switch on the side of the memory card, slide it to the other position and try again.
1. Turn the camera off 2. take the memory card out 3. slide the lock slider to the other position 4. place the card back in to the camera 5. turn on the camera.
if the problem remains repeat steps 1 to 5.
if the problem still remains its now obvious the issue is not with the memory card, you may try another card on the camera if you wish.
The most likely cause for this issue is in the memory card reader of the camera. there is a small lever/switch on the side of the card reader that detects if the card is locked or unlocked. You would have to take the camera apart and pull the stuck lock "detector"/switch up so that it doesn't touch the the metal.
If you look on the side of the memory card, there is a little slider thing that locks it. If it is pushed up, slide it down or vice versa, that should unlock it. I think that it's a safety feature so that you can't delete photos accidently. I hope that this helps :)
1) If you take out the memory card there will be a small unlock/lock switch on the side of it (that may be the problem?)
2) If step 1 does not work, than it's an internal issue w/camera and you will have to send it to Casio for repair. Here is the link www.ecasiorepair.com. They will charge $39-115 if the camera is not under warranty.
Take the memory card out of the camera. Look at it carefully and you will seea small tab. Move the tab from the locked position to the unlocked position. Re-install the memory card into the camera and then you're done.