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I have a memorex 2 in 1 sd memory card for my 7" Truetech digital photo frame. The first time I used it was easy. Now I want to add more pictures and it tells me I have to reformat the card. When I try to reformat the card it tells me it is write protected. What do I do?

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There may be a lock on the side of your card that is causing these problems. Slide the lock switch to the Unlock side. You may not even need to format the card!

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