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Camera screen said SD card is locked when I installed an SD card

The camera works fine without the sd card in(save pictures)but when i put an SD card in it the screen automaticly reads SD card locked.I hope you can help me...Thank you.

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  • gamecockcrew May 12, 2009

    See? Thats the problem. The lever is always in the open position and I have tried more than one card. Sorry I didnt mention that before.

  • Anonymous Mar 15, 2014

    How do I save my pictures and videos on my concord to my sd card



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#1) On my camera if there was a picture that got stored in the internal memory it would not reconize the sd card nor store the pictures on the sd card. I would have to take the sd card out and delete the pictures in the internal memory and then reinsert the sd card.
#2) Some how or other the files that were on the sd card would get scrambled on the sd card when I would try to erase them. I would have to reformat the sd card back to a "fat" format before it would work again.

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The SD card has a lever on the side of it. Move it to the other position.That is to prevent accidental erasing.

Posted on May 12, 2009

  • Jerry Naidoo May 13, 2009

    Then you have a faulty SD Card slot , maybe the switch inside it is stuck and cannot detect that the card is open.

  • joe gollus Oct 23, 2012

    that is what I found.. I inserted a tooth pick several times into the slot and both of my cameras started to work fine , you can also get 1 GB cards at OEMPC for $3.35 each .happy hunting !! Moultrie offered to sell me "new D60 etc '.. because the old ones "could not be fixed !!"



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