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MEMORY CARD SCREEN MESSAGE SAYS THE MEMORY CARD IS PROTECTED. I HAVE TRIED AJDUSTING THE SWITCH BUT STILL CAN NOT TAKE PHOTOGRAPHS. REGARDS R. HUGHES

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I think memory card is not supporting to your camera. check which memory card is suitable for your cam with its specification.

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