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After downloading photos my screen shows the words "card locked" I haven't tried anything as yet as not sure where to start.

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You didn't give me a model to go by but, I'm going to assume it's a pocket point and shoot with an SD type card. If you removed the card from the camera to download from a card reader it's very possible that you switched the card to the lock position. Remove the card and unlock it I have a small diagram see here
after downloading photos my screen - tri3mast_21.jpg

If the card was not removed then there you possible just turned off or unplugged the USB cable which has corrupted your card. You need to format your card.

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