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Unprotect my photos

I went to delete my photos from my memory chip, but it says that they are protected, how do i get rid of the protection?

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  • purecountrie Mar 04, 2009

    thank u, never knew that there was a switch on the sd card.....well now i know!!!! thanx

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Try taking the SD card out and slide the little switch to unlock.

Posted on Mar 04, 2009

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If you insist on having the photos back on the card, then just copy them back to the card using Windows Explorer reversing step 2.

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