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Card locked, comes up on screen, cannot change setting

On Pentax E10, when I turn it on, screen says Card locked. I cannot change the setting.

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Try taking the card out of the camera and clicking the side of the card - there may be a little gap on one side of the card or a small button that you can slide up and down and then reinsert your card.

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