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How to unwrite protect? - Olympus FE-320 Digital Camera

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How to unwrite protect? - 9365b2c.jpg
Do the foowing instructions please:

1. Turn off your camera.

2. Remove your memory card.

3. Switch the position of memory card.

4. Install the memory card to its own place.

5. Turn on the camera.

I hope this will help you.

Posted on Jul 07, 2010

  • FIKRET UNALIR
    FIKRET UNALIR Jul 07, 2010

    SD or XD cards are the same. So you can use the same process.

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