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SD cards have a tiny switch on the edge. This enables/disables write protection.

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Do you mean disable write-protect on the card? Well to do that, you have to look for the small switch on the side of the memory card. You have to move it the other way around to remove the lock.
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To set the memory card in unprotected mode, you have to do the following.

On the side of the SD chip, there is a little switch. Shift the switch away from "lock", then insert the card back into the camera.
This unprotects the card. You should now be able to take pictures and videos.
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If this does not solve the problem, then it is very likely that the SD card is faulty. I would recommend using Panasonic, Lexar or Sandisk memory cards.

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If I understand correctly what your asking what is the brand and size of the memory card. If I were to take a stab at it right now I would assume there is a lock/unlock switch on the card. Have you had this problem with the card before?
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Lee

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