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Camera is card is locked

I just bought the camera on the 22nd of thelast month and it has taken pictures up till tonight. I bought a new memory card also. It is saying that the card is locked and it will not allow you to take pictures or delete them. I have master reset it and it did not help.

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  • zyonziairr Jan 19, 2009

    SAYING MEMORY CARD LOCKED WONT LET ME DELETE OR TAKE PICTURES

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Check to make sure that the card is not locked. There should be a small switch to say lock so if the switch is on it the switch it.

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