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My video camcorder is canon fs2oo 7 i have a sd card 8gb inside now & i have recorded about 2.5gb already. now as soon as i turn the camera on i get message display saying the card is set for erasure prevention & i cannot record or take pictures. how do i correct this please

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There is a little switch on the side up and try then it will work

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