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Memory card is locked it says to slide lock to write position I have a nikon D40x

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TAKE YOUR MEMORY CARD OUTSIDE THE CAMERA. AND IN THE MEMORY CARD IN RIGHT SIDE A SMALL WHITE SWITCH WILL BE THERE PUSH IT TO DOWN POSITION.

Posted on Mar 25, 2011

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