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My camera says card locked

I can look at the pictures on my memory card on the camera, but it won't let me take pictures. It says "card locked". When I take out the memory card i can take pictures. I don't know whats wrong! I need help!

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Your memory card has a lock switch, move the switch to unlock.

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