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Protected card - Fuji FinePix S1000FD Digital Camera

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  • cheercutie Oct 01, 2008

    it wont let me take pics because it says that my card is portected.

  • leedraven Oct 27, 2008

    when i turn the camera z10 on it says proteced card i moved the tab on the side of the card no differance i was trying to take the pics of the internal memory

  • mtkth Nov 25, 2008

    I have a fuji J10 and have the same problem. I've tried three cards (even bought a new one) and there is no protection on them (work fine as is in another camera). Would love to know how to fix!

  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2009

    when i turn on my camera it says protected card and i cant take any pictures.

  • mollymalone Jan 28, 2009

    wont take photo shows protected card

  • Anonymous Feb 22, 2009

    stupid camera doing the same thing

  • Anonymous Mar 28, 2009

    me too have the same problems do u guyz knows how to?????

  • RD25 Apr 16, 2009

    I KNOW THAT UNLOCKING THE CARD DOES THE TRICK, BUT 90% OF THE TIME, THE CARD LOCK SWITCH RETURNS TO THE LOCK POSITION WHEN I INSTALL THE CARD INTO THE CAMERA; NO MATTER HOW CAREFUL I AM IN TRYING TO PLACE IT IN THE SLOT. IS THERE A SIMPLE WAY OF KEEPING THE CARD IN THE "UNLOCKED" POSITION?????

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P. 140 of the users manual listed the protected card problem. Solution is to switch your SD card from lock position to unlocked. That solved the problem for me.

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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If it's an SD card, there is a little tab on the left side. Pushed down it puts the card in "write protect" mode that prevents the camera (or the computer) from writing to the card and/or erasing files that are already on it. Make sure the tab is pushed up and the camera should be able to write to the card.

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Posted on Feb 03, 2009

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Guys - this is for all those who have been suffering from protected card problem and tired of being advised by so called experts on this site to toggle the swtich to unlock position.

This is what i did to solve my problem that i faced for the first time yesterday which infact prompted me to become a member of FIXYA to find the solution. i am not an expert nor do i know much about photography or cameras so suite yourself and follow my advise at your own risk ( relax its easy ) .

I put a very little super glu ( any quick fix glu from small tube) to keep the lever of the SD card to the unlocked position. MY CAMERA IS BACK TO NORMAL AND I CAN NOW TAKE PICTURES.
Warning -
1. Dry completely before inserting ( takes 1 minutes )
2. Be prepared mentally never to take the card out to insert in laptop. use the cable instead.
3. decide never to use the locked position. always save in Hard disk of laptop instead of saving in the SD card.This way you dont need the locked position.....ever.

Let me know if this works. i have a fFjifilm finepix 1000 d and i was in no mood to replace this super cool DSLR camera.

Posted on May 03, 2009

Check the card. There is a little button on the side...unlock it...put it back in the camera...turn the camera on. It should work!

Posted on Oct 08, 2008

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