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In what reference do you mean protect? In the device manager?

Posted on Oct 20, 2013

  • Paul Laubhan Apr 19, 2015

    Yes. I am brand new to digital. I'm retired, and a competent musician. I recorded a tune with Guitar, three vocals, and Electric Bass. I went through the process to protect the card, fearing my own clumsiness, (I'm disabled) and have now discovered that I am unable to remove the protection in order to mixdown and master the recording. I'm sure the problem is my own idiocy...Any suggestions?

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When inserting my SD card in my Model MFH-DGS-D55 trail cam, the message says "No SD Card CARD PROTECTED". Unable to use at all. Can you help me?


There's a small slide switch on one edge of the card to protect/unprotect the card from writes. Slide the switch toward the metal contacts to unprotect the card.

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Unprotect them first, then you can delete them normally. See page 129 of the manual at http://gdlp01.c-wss.com/gds/3/0300001393/01/eosrebelxs-1000d-im-en.pdf

If the memory card is protected, unprotect the card. SD cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the metal contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card.

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Unprotect a card


SD cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the metal contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card.

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The protect function allows a user to protect a picture from accidental deletion. To unprotect a picture on your camera, scroll to the protected picture that you want to delete, then press the Menu button (the button to the right of the Play button.) Scroll down the menu and you should come to an option that allows you to Protect/Unprotect the picture. Since your picture is currently protected, deselect that option. You should then be able to delete the picture normally.

Alternatively, you could also format the memory card, however this deletes ALL photos and data you have on the memory card. If you are trying to completely clear the memory, this is the best way. After turning on your camera, simply press the Menu button, scroll to Setup, then scroll down to Format. Select Format, it will ask you if you want to format the memory card, or the camera's built-in memory. Format whichever one you want to clear, if you are using a memory card then your pictures are stored on the memory card. It will take a few seconds to format.

Hope this helps.

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How to delete protected images


If you want to delete everything on the card, the easiest way is to format the card. This will wipe out all images (and any other data as well) on the card, whether protected or not. The Format command is in the Setup menu. Details on page 32 of the manual.
To delete individual protected pictures, unprotect them first. From the Playback menu select Protect/Unprotect (the key icon). Details on page 84.

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I put my memory card into my Kodak EasyShare C143 digital camera. I press the review button, but all that comes up is that the file is 'Unrecognised'. One out of the three pictures is unprotected, but the...


It sounds as if the card was not formatted for the camera before it was put to use. My suggestion is that you attempt to download the images that you do have to the computer, then format the memory card. Always format a new card and after each time you download pictures from the card to the computer.

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Most SD memory cards have a small slide switch on the edge off the card. This switch is used to write ptotect the data on the SD card - you can lock or unlock the SD card be sliding this switch.

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Easy solution:

1) Put the sd card into your computer
2) Copy all the photos to your computer. User Windows Explorer to just drag the folders from the card.
3) Format the card

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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On most sd cards there is a physical (tiny) sliding switch on the memory card. Here is a picture of a standard SD card. On the left you can see the gray switch in the unlocked position. Hope that helps. -WN
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