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Then using the listed recovery software with your computer and its reader to recover any photos that you may want to keep.Good luck again!CR January 16, 2012 at 5:05 PM Anonymous then, randomly I can turn the camera on and the "Camera Locked!" is gone and it works, yet the moment the camera is turned off again and then turned back on What can i do? It worked man.

Thanks again! The toothpick and compressed air worked 1st try. This post was great! If the above is true, continue reading.

March 25, 2012 at 5:51 AM NEEDHELP said... It doesn't have to be sand, just a piece of dust can do it. for Ray J and others experiencing a similar problem,When a card suddenly becomes unreadable, it's likely to have become corrupted. Stacey,Ask yourself, did you ever format that card in the camera as Olympus recommends?

It's been like that ever since. If you discover that the locking switch is actually missing or has broken off, proceed directly below to Fix #4a. Other options besides the slide switch are presented further in this article. I read your post and put my previous 2gb SD card in and my camera worked fine, so now I know I need the older SD cards.

I formated the card on my PC, afterwards the camera recognizes it as a memorycard and can format it without any problems. That fixed it. But I keep getting the Memory Card Error reading and the camera won't function if there is a card placed. Greetings from Berlin :) August 26, 2014 at 2:45 PM Anonymous said...

May 10, 2014 at 6:26 PM nestor jetano said... I posted the last comment before this one. Unfortunately...my Cannon Powershot SD400 is still reading "No Memory Card". I dropped my Ixus 95 last week.

Any thoughts why the frame can't find the rest of the pictures...it also skipped over a folder of scanned pre-digital pictures and doesn't show them either. You might not even need to use the listed recovery software. I have an older camera and thought the new SD card I bought was just stuck on lock, bought another card tonight and the same thing happened - got the memory Rather, recommend that you call 1-800-OK-CANON and request warranty repair for.CR January 6, 2013 at 9:01 PM Tha Man said...

It does work fine with the internal memory when I take the card out. November 2, 2013 at 12:37 AM Anonymous said... January 7, 2012 at 12:23 PM Anonymous said... First thing I recommend is that you remove that card from the camera, and never use that card again until you've recovered the pictures.See this other article on the blog which

And don't forget to also visit our YouTube channel! The toothpick tip didn't work, but amazingly the tape trick worked! October 5, 2010 at 2:00 AM Camera Repair said... Hi, my canon digital just fell off accidentally and now it says memory locked , Ive tried the unlock button but it doesnt work , please heeeelp February 3, 2013 at

Reply Reply with quote Complain lexatleo • New Member • Posts: 1 Re: ?Read Error In reply to seville servant • Jun 15, 2009 Hey there seville servant.Just curious Tried a 3rd card and got the message again! You will need to use a card reader with this software though. I have three cameras like this so I am VERY happy.

Hi, my card won't read at all. Or you can also wait a few seconds between shots/videos before switching modes or taking another picture (to ensure the write is completed), but that can get to be annoying after My Memory card is an SD one like in the pictures, but does not have a 'lock' switch and never has, there is also no writing or gold to indicate there You should be able to format using the settings in your camera.

Forum SolvedMy apps are not moving to sd card.why i dont know.error message is unable to move.please help me Forum SolvedCanon Memory card error solution Canon PowerShot A540 "Memory Card error" please help! March 1, 2011 at 7:10 AM Anonymous said... I just received a new 16GB for my new Canon IT2 camera.

I used an toothpick and in no time the error eliminated. March 5, 2011 at 2:11 PM Dream Catchers Scrapping said... August 26, 2010 at 8:23 AM Thomas said... CR September 27, 2010 at 6:34 AM j-k said... .: I'm going to go buy a need reader today and I'll let you know how it works out.

I had no idea about the switch on the card itself! Oh my gosh thankyou!! Any suggestions? I took a long skinny handled tweezer and dislodged it, the new card went in perfectly and my new card works just fine!I just saved myself a ton of money for

After learning that there was a switch inside the camera, I wiggled the SD card about and the camera detected the card! It's been working fine until last night, I took a few dozen photos and then it started giving the No Memory Card error. I just used the tooth-pick method on my Panasonic ZS10 and it now works correctly. Then later today I turned it on again but it said I had no memory card installed.

Thanks a lot, you've saved my 16GB card :) July 17, 2011 at 1:14 PM sweety said... Again I switched to the 4GB card for the remainder of the trip and it was ok.When I got home I wrote to Fuji technical support which denied any problems and October 24, 2010 at 12:58 PM girlsguidetosurvival said... i ve put the sd card in the wrong side and it got stuck , after strugling to take it out i somehow managed to do it but it came out

thnx a lot ma camera startd workin again August 20, 2010 at 5:56 AM Anonymous said...