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Re: card locked canon powershot sd750
Check the switch on the side of your SD memory card. It is a small sliding switch which has a lock position. Sounds like the switch is in the "locked" position. Unlock, reload card, & you should be good to go. If not, the card is probably damaged.
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SD and SDHC cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the metal contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card.The switch doesn't actually control anything on the card, it engages a sensor on the camera. Thus you could glue something onto the card in place of the switch.
Last year my Canon PSA60 got the black screen in shooting mode. Menu display was normal and so the picture review mode.
Canon service center replaced the image sensor for free. When it
happened again, I asked the service center for unit exchange
(trade-in/upgrade program). Now I have my PowerShot S5IS. Good bye
Canon has issued this in their notice page:
if you read your manual it says that movies recorded with high recording pixels and frame rates may experience problems such as yours and also running the movie on computers with insufficient system resources
i don't know if this applies to you though, seeing that i don't know your computer Specs.
Parjeet: have you checked your camera settings and memory card and that it doesn't have the lock switch on the card so that its protected from images/videos from being taken off.