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Put new lexar sdhc 4GB memory card in my canon sd550 and get card locked. moved tab to both positions but same error message. do i need to return this card?

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See if their might be some photos or file saved that you may have edited on the card maybe Microsoft visual studio's photo shop save to hard drive. delete with photo software and format put in camera format again. if it works with computer and not with the camera not compatible try another card

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