Question about Nikon N70 35mm SLR Camera
My camera says check card protection switch. How do I do that with a Kodak SD 256 MB Card? It has a Lock, but I have it in the off possition. Any idea? cannot take and delet pictures
Try moving the lock switch to on and then off again: I've had this happen on various types of flash memory and this usually clears the fault. next, make sure that the memory card contacts are clean by gently wiping them with a cotton bud slightly moistened with alcohol.
If that doesn't work then try a replacement memory card. 256MB SD cards are such poverty spec items that you can often get them for free on Yahoo FreeCycle. If you buy one it will be for peanuts.
If the replacement card doesn't work then you have a camera problem, but may be able to bypass the fault by using CF cards instead as your camera takes those as well.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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