Question about Cameras
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Kindly remove the card from from the camera.
Take a close look at it. You'll see a little switch on it's side - just move it to the opposite direction... It's basically a safety switch used to lock the card and prevent accidental deletion of pictures or writing additional ones on it.
Once to move the switch the card should be unlocked and you should be able to use it normally!
Have a nice week,
Posted on May 30, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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