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Locked Hi, Camera has been fine till I took the memory card out to process the images. When putting the card back and turning it on the camera says "The card is locked" I can see my images but cannot use the camera. Please help. Sian

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Look on the side of the card. There is a little switch. When you took it out of your camera you must have bumped it into the Locked postion. Just move it in the other direction and you should be set.
Good Luck.

Posted on Apr 08, 2008

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