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Memory card is protected

I have kodak m1033 and cannot take photos with memory card
it just says memory protected and go to review but what ever i do doesnt take of protection. it says reset switch on memory card but how please help

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Move the slide switch on the side of the memory card to the unlocked position.

Posted on Oct 02, 2009

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    thank you so much! didnt even know that little switch existed!


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I have an Fx35 and an Fx 37. Unfortunately the Fx 37 appears to have a modified software that does not allow you to delete folders on card when the camera is connected via usb cable to a PC. It says card is write protected, even when it clearly is not. I have checked all the settings and compared the fx35 to th 37 and sorry to say the only way to delete pics on the fx 37 is to use the onboard pictures delet all function. This deletes the pics but does not delete the folders. To delete folders on SD card used in fx37 you need to remove card and format it directly in the PC card slot. (fx35 allows delete of folders just fine)
Id say thats one bad point against the lumix fx37.

Posted on Dec 28, 2011

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when the review menu comes up, scroll down and look for IMAGE STORAGE, select that and choose AUTO> continue> ok

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