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My memory card says it is write protected and it won't let me take pictures or download them on the computer

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  • Anonymous Nov 15, 2008

    i cant take any pix cuz it says its write protected



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How do i get my pics back

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This seems to be a problem where the write protect switch on your memory card in is on position.

The write protect switch disables the write feature from your flash drive or memory card, which means that you would not be able to put anything on your flash drive including pictures.

Therefore all you need to do is change the position of the write protection switch so that it's disabled and not write protected , and there you go , you can write files on your flash drive.

Please find the below images for more description , sajjad4help_1.jpegsajjad4help_2.jpeg

In case your problem in not solved do feel free to get back to me..

Hope this helps ..:) your feed back would be appreciated.

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http://www.labamanta.lv/cache/product_images/big/20090205/sandisk_2gb_sd_card_1.jpg

Toggle the switch if there is any and that should help.

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