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Can't delete pictures?

I can't delete any of the pictures on the camera/memory card (from the camera) or change any of the settings. It seems like the setting got locked somehow and I don't know how to unlock them. My memory card is not locked.

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I would reset your camera to the factory settings to fix your settings being locked.
You can find that information on page 130 of your manual.
You can find your manual here
http://exilim.casio.com/current_owners/manuals

If you can't delete pictures on your camera or your card, you need to make sure Protect is not set to on. You can find that on page 90 of your manual.

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