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Every time I put my memory card in,and try to take a picture....

It says card locked,how do I get it to go away,obsivoulsy it's the card,because if I take it out i can take a picture!!!!

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  • Treybey99 Mar 20, 2009

    My memory card says "Card Locked." How do I get rid of it so I can delete pics?

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Hi there
Take the card out and unlock it, it will be at the side of the card like this Every time I put my memory card in,and try to take - 59a6de4.jpg .
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