Question about Cameras
Without more information, camera make/model and card type I can only make some general suggestions.
Some memory cards (eg. SD) have a little switch on them,
Sometimes this gets knocked into the locked position protecting the data on your card.
It maybe the switch has come loose. Make sure the switch is in the unlocked position and wrap a small amount of tape around the edge of the card if its loose as it may be locking the card is inserted and unlocking as you remove.
On a SD card, up is unlocked with the plastic tab pushed up towards the contacts
one other thing to mention is some cameras allow protection of images, this may produce an error, check your manual.
Posted on May 29, 2008
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