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Saying memory card protected. how can i unprotect it?

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On some SD/SDHC memory cards, there is a small "switch" on the side that says 'Lock' and 'Unlock', it's there to protect your files just in case. All you have to do is flip the small tab to unlock and you should be able to access your files.
If the tab has gone missing or broke off, here's a guide on how to fix it.

Cheers!

Posted on Mar 31, 2011

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