Question about Panasonic Lumix DMC-F7 Digital Camera
Well... If it's telling you that it's write-protected, then you most likely have an SD memory card in the memory card slot.
Take this card out of the memory slot. Inspect the memory card for a small, white tab on the side of the card. Notice that this tab slides up and down. Move it in the opposite direction of it's current position.
Insert the card into the camera, turn it on and see what happens then.
Keep in mind that the camera also has built-in flash memory. If it wasn't the SD memory card, then perhaps there is a setting in the camera's options that was used to write-protect the internal memory as well? (Doubt that's the case with the internal memory, however. Never heard of a camera doing that before.)
I'm sure that checking the mem card and sliding the white tab forward will fix your problem. Let us know.
Posted on Nov 16, 2007
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