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KodakAug 25, 2010 - The camera screen displays "Memory card is protected (Reset switch on card). ... The memory card is locked so that data (pictures, videos, or files) ... The disk is write protected." when writing to or formatting an SD card. Share.
Kodak, EasyShare, Max, Perfect Touch, and Pulse are trademarks of Eastman Kodak. Company. ..... Access to more manual settings than Smart Capture mode. ..... NOTE: To delete protected pictures/videos, remove protection before deleting.
Your camera is only supporting SD/MMC Cards (up to 2 GB) and KODAK SDHC Cards (up to 8 GB).
The card that you currently have might be faulty. Please try another card. You might also need to switch the camera over to saving pictures directly onto the SD card.1: Menu, Cam settings, Chose AUTO or SD card option Press OK
Note: If the SD card isn't in the camera or is unreadable the camera will automatically go back to saving you taken pictures on the internal memory.
New batteries first!! Make sure they are "GOOD" May have a bad or incompatible card. Will you camera take pictures without a card in it? If yes, you have a bad or incompatible card. Try another card Here is all the information you'll need to solve this: Read it. http://www.kodak.com/global/mul/service/downloads/DownloadLookup.jhtml?pq-path=8814&product=EKN031714
HP Laptops don't come with a built-in card reader.
You have two options:
Use the USB cable that came with your camera to download your pictures. This plugs into your camera right next to where your card goes. Your computer will recognize the camera as a "removable drive". Click the Start button, click on My Computer, and click on the drive (usually E or F) that is called "Kodak EasyShare").
Go to Best Buy or similar and purchase an HD Card Reader. These cost about $20-$30.
If you format the card, the pictures are gone leaving you with a blank memory card.
Format the card in your camera, then load it up in your computer and see if the cycle goes away.
Once you get a picture on the memory card and in your computer, keep an eye on the memory specs reporting on the computer and see if there is anything unusual. I've heard of a few defective cards but its rare.
You've probably corrupted the firmware download. If the camera is still recognized by your PC then I'd try downloading the firmware again and try to load it again into the camera. I don't wish to upset you but corrupting the firmware can in some instances make the camera unusable.
Your manual should tell you if there's a reset and how to do it.
Don't forget the camera's firmware can also be upgraded by loading the update onto the memory card and running it from there.