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My digital camera says card write protected. changes many memory cards still the camera says card protected i slide the switch of the mmc up and down the screen still says card protected and i can't take pictures.

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Hello ranmer 9960:
First lets try the card in your PC to make sure the card is working. If it is working in the PC then its probable that the camera is not reading the lock switch correctly. Lets try setting the protection lock switch on the card in between the locked and unlocked position. If that doesn't work then we can try putting some electrical tape (because its thicker than cellophane tape) over the lock switch on the card This may help your cameras lock switch reader function correctly. Make the piece of tape wide enough to cover the lock switch on the card but don't cover the copper contacts.
Try these suggestions and if it works then give the thumbs up a click.
If not we can try something else.
Your FixYa team member Peter N.

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