Question about Samsung L200 Digital Camera
In case it uses the SD card, then there is a lock feature in the card.
You will need to unlock the card so that it becomes read/write enabled.
In lock position, it is read only, so you can read the files from it
but cannot create any more files.
Most SD cards have a switch on the edge of one side of the card. Sliding it up or down will unlock or lock the card. When the card is locked, you will not be able to transfer any audio tracks. Nor will you be able to play any copy protected files. We recommend you always keep the card unlocked.
NOTE: We have found that on some cards, if the slider is even halfway towards the lock position, the card will be locked. Make sure that the slider is all the way to the UN-locked position.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Memory Card Locked
on the card itself there is a little plastic slider where you can physically lock or unlock the card.
Take the card out of the camera and slide the little piece to the unlocked position.
Posted on Nov 06, 2007
SOURCE: sandisk memory card
Has this card EVER worked with your camera? Since you didn't mention the model number of the Canon, it's possible that you have a compatiblity issue here. Most 4GB SD cards these days are actually SDHC cards, which store memory differently (in sectors, like a hard disc drive, rather than bytes, like your main memory). All SDHC compatible cameras also support SD cards, but cameras sold before the SDHC standard was created will not support SDHC memory cards.
There's a chance that Canon has a firmware upgrade to solve this. You would have to look on the Canon USA web site for this, based on the model number of your camera.
Posted on Jan 20, 2008
SOURCE: memory card locked!
There is alittle slide on the memory card.
Take it out. Look for it. Depending what you have it may be yellow, look on the left. If it's down, slide up and it will be unlocked. :)
Posted on Apr 21, 2008
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