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Most SD memory cards have a small slide switch on the edge off the card. This switch is used to write protect the data on the SD card - you can lock or unlock the SD card be sliding this switch.

Posted on Jul 19, 2010

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I want to delete protected pictures


If the picture on the camera is protected, unprotect the picture first. In playback mode, scroll to the protected picture, then press the AE-L/AF-L button on the back of the camera.

If the memory card is protected, take the card out of the camera. SD cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the metal contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card.

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How do I 'unwrite protect' camera?


Take your memory card out of the camera and switch the position of the "lock" tab. One position is for "locked" (i.e., "Write Protected") and the other position will allow the card to be written to (unlocked). Some cameras have image protection built into the on-camera software and you may need to configure this there.

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How can we remove write protection in sony dscw320 digital camera


I'm going to assume you mean the "protect" function in the camera, rather than the whole-card "lock" function. I don't think there's a single manufacturer that makes this clear. But let me tell you their little secret... whatever you did to protect it - do it again. It's a toggle function! They wouldn't want to put "protect/unprotect" in the menu system instead of just "protect", it might look 'cluttered'. Of course, it might be more useful too. I just dug out my own Sony camera, and it's easy enough to find; be in playback mode on the picture in question, press 'menu' and scroll to the 'protect' function.

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How do i remove the protected card from my camera


When this problem occur you need to set the memory card unlock or not protected. Remove the memory card from camera and you can see a small button in the memory card, so you need to slide that to set the memory card unlock or not protected.

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Every time I turn on my camera a message appears on the screen that says "write protect". What is "write protect" and how do I get rid of the message?


1) It could be your camera has write protect switched on. Go through your camera's menu and look for picture protect and remove it.

2) Your SD card could be write protected. Take out the SD card and check, there's probably a sliding notch on the left hand side, move the to write enable.

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Canon PowerShot SX20 IS Digital Camera keeps giving me a memory card error. The memory card is a 4gig PNY memory card (lower budget)


Make sure the slide switch on the side of the card is unlocked. Your camera may just want you to format the card in the camera. Download any pics from it first using a card reader if necessary.

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Error message on screen " write protect" why is this?


Is your memory card write protected, SD cards have a small notch on the left hand side of the card which you can slide up or down to select/deselect protection.

Most cameras also have a photo protection facility in the menu to stop you over writing pictures you've decided to protect.

This can be switched on or off via the camera menu under card settings.

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How can i delete a 'protected'picture?


If only one picture is protected, you could download the others and then format the card in the camera.Also, in almost every camera that has the ability to "protect" an image, it also has the ability to remove that protection. Just go into the playback menu and find something to do with "protect" and follow the directions to cancel the protection.

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Card write protected


Check if the card is truly write protected (check the little slider on the SD card). Its possible it slid into lock position accidentally

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Cant take picture. polaroid a500 camera reads sd protected.


It means the sd card cant be accessed unless you remove the protection . Connect sd to laptop and use software to remove the protection .

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