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"the card is locked"

Pictures are downloading fine but camera says "The card is locked" on the LCD screen when i try to take further pictures or delete the exsisting ones....help! thnx :)

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  • hilary hansell Feb 12, 2007

    thanks so much that worked. had no idea it was there - i can finally use my camera again.
    thanks again

  • Anonymous Feb 07, 2008

    the card is locked

  • yankee2345 May 17, 2008

    card is blocked cant delete or take pictures help?

  • needsu2help Jun 08, 2008

    It totally worked to slide the thing on the side of the card. I never knew that was there.

  • stefanireed1 Jul 21, 2008

    when i turn my camera on it says "the card is locked" and it will let me look at pictures but i cant delete them or take them

  • margretnjess Jul 23, 2008

    when I try to take a picture, it says the card is locked, what does that mean?

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Try seeing if there is a button on the side of the card that moves up and down... sometimes it gets switched and locks the card...

Posted on Feb 11, 2007

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