Question about Panasonic Lumix DMC-FX3 Digital Camera
Sounds like the photos are locked. First make sure all the photos on the card are saved to your computer because this solution will delete all of the images and give you a fresh memory card.
Once the images are saved put the card back in the camera. Go to the playback menu and scroll down to 'Format' select format and confirm your selection. That will overwrite the card and remove any locked files. The other option is to go to the image that is locked then pull up that menu again and then click the 'Protect' option to remove the lock from the image. I personally format my card but again, make sure you save your images to your computer first because you cannot retrieve them once you format.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
Make sure the picture you can't remove isn't locked. When you're in review press menu and make sure that photo isn't set to locked (if so unlock and you should be able to delete it).
If that doesn't help, make sure you copy off all the images on the card you want, as the following instructions are intended to clear the entire card.
After you transfer all the images you want, you'll want to format the memory card. This can be done one of two ways. If you have the appropriate card reader on your PC, you can insert the card, find it in my computer. Then right click it and select format.
The easier way is to use your camera's format feature. I don't have that specific model, but it can usually either be found in menu, or by pressing the picture review button and then menu. Formatting the card should erase all the data on it and clear off the picture you don't want.
Please leave feedback if this was helpful. Thanks.
Posted on Apr 05, 2011
Testimonial: "thanks. they weren't locked. just had to reformat."
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