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Whenever I try to take a picture it want take. I keep seeing protected card

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Possible that the card has the small lever on it pulled down so that it protects from over wrting.
So remove the card and look on the side for aa small switch showing a direction to protect, move it off and it will allow the card to write again.

Posted on Sep 27, 2010

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