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SD card won't stay in camera

I have a Konica Minolta Dimage Z10 pain in the ***.
the memory card that came with the camera won't stay locked into the camera. it pops out. so i bought a new one thinking it was the card and it does the same thing. if i hold the memory card in and turn the camera on, it tells me unable to use card. please help, i am about to go on vaction and would really like to have a camera

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Quick fix... Roll a little piece of paper up or fold into a small square the set it on top of the memory card and tape that down. so that it puts pressure on the card and keeps it seated in the slot. It sounds like the spring inside the camera is broken. which you will need to have sent out to be repaired unless you have a local camera repair person. And that is going to take about a month. Actually more... unless you find a local repair person. Because Sony bought out minolta a couple years ago and shut down all the minolta repair centers and got rid of almost all their parts. I once had a customer who sent in a minolta to get it fixed and it took about 8 months to get it back. Because of parts.
So You will probably want buy a new camera. but there are still a lot of those Minolta's around on clearance and you can get a great price.
Hope that helps,
Caleb

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See fix 4 http://camerarepair.blogspot.com/2009/07/simple-fix-for-memory-card-locked-error.html?m=1

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