Nikon D60 memory card problem. When i turn my camera on i get the error message: Memory card is locked. Slide to "write'' position. However, my memory card is NOT locked, it works in other cameras,and when i put a different memory card in my D60 it says the same thing. The camera is fairly new, and i really need it next week. How do i fix this?
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Look at your memory card. SD cards have a slide switch along one edge. The position farthest from the metal contacts locks the card, protecting it from writes. The position nearest the contacts unlocks the card.
I assume that the full message is "Shutter release is disabled." The causes can be as follows:
1. The memory card is not fully inserted, or locked in place; or the write protect tab on the left edge of the memory card is in the protected position. A full memory card could also cause this problem.
2. You are using an automatic lens equipped with a focusing ring and you have failed to lock the aperture at the highest f-number by sliding the locking tab on the lens.
3. You are using a non-CPU lens, in which case you must rotate the mode dial to "M" and manually set your ISO, shutter speed and f-stop.
4. Your flash is not fully charged.
Hi, For the message that show's on your camera here's is what your need to do.
1. Remove the memory card and check for the physical lock toggle. 2. Toggle the lock on and off. 3. Try blowing on the memory card and the memory card port so it will be cleaned somehow.
here is the picture of the lock toggle of the SD memory card