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Card Locked I have only used the camera a few times. I let another teacher use it, and now it says "Card Locked". It will not ler me take a photo, download pictures, anything. Have any suggestions?

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THIS HAPPENED TO ME TO!! I can help :D To unlock your card, you need to take your memory card out of your camera. On the side of the card there is always a little switch. (very small on the thin side) Push the switch up or down (depending on what way it already is...do the opposite) and it will be unlocked!

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Take the card out of your camera and look on the side. There will be a little switch. One side of the switch says locked and the other side says unlocked. Move the switch from the locked position to the unlocked position and it will work for you.

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