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Locked card, that isnt locked.

When I turn the camera on, it says card is unreadable. If I press the button to take pictures it says Card has wrong format Press OK to format card. When I do that, it says card is locked- unlock card, which I have done. Marg

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  • sofiagaribay Oct 07, 2008

    When I put my memory card in it says card unreadable , and then i click format card then it says card LOCKED unlock card. when its not even locked!

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Hi Try useing SDCARD FORMATTER V1.2 . This prog is put out by PANSONIC. i have used it to resuce quite a lotof sd cards.
Good Luck.
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Posted on May 02, 2008

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