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I have a Canon Powershot A520, and its says on the screen that the memory card is locked. What should i do?

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Check the little white tab on the side of the SD memory card to be sure it doesn't say "locked". If the tab is in the right position the camera will have to be repaired.

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I have a Canon Power Shot A520.... The memory card is locked and I don't know how to unlock it... Can you help me?


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Jul 11, 2010 | Canon PowerShot A520 Digital Camera

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Card locked


there is a little switch on the left side of SD cards; if it's down, your card is locked and you cannot copy anything on it or delete anyfile, also you cannot take any picture by it. so you have to change the switch postion. just this! I hope this helps...

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Memory card locked!


There is alittle slide on the memory card.
Take it out. Look for it. Depending what you have it may be yellow, look on the left. If it's down, slide up and it will be unlocked. :)

Apr 19, 2008 | Canon PowerShot A520 Digital Camera

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I had a similar problem. Lens came out , and will not go back to off position. Will not tun on either chnaged couple of batteries with no luck.

I took the memory card out and it worked " Turned on". I formatted the memory card and it started working fine. Hope it will help few of you.

Good Luck

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