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Please help, I've transferred photos many times from my Coolpix to my computer, but can't delete the photos from the camera, even though I've checked the box "erase" all photos. WhAt CAN I DO? THANKS FOR ANY HELP YOU CAN GIVE.

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There is a littel toggle on the chip inside the camera
switch it from lock to unlock

that should help

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