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Card Protected on Polaroid i835

I have a similar issue. SD Card is fine as I have used the memory card in another camera of different make.

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It's probably a broken switch inside the camera memory card readed. The memory card readers in cameras have a small switch that detects if the SD card LOCK switch is on. This is a hardware problem, you should give it for a repair - it's not a hard repair - I usually cut off the switch and put a wire so the camera allways thinks that the card is not locked.

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Tom

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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