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Card Locked! I was uploading pictures onto my laptop one night, and when I stuck the memory card back into the camera, and tried to take a picture, it said card locked! I have no idea how it got locked or how to unlock it, and have seemed to have lost the usage guide for the camera. Any ideas?

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