After copying photos from a digitalcamera or memory card to a computer can be a situation in which the camera automatically sets the write protection on the memory media and refuse to take pictures or record video.
How to be in such a case, if the defense can not be removed from the recording in the camera settings?
The first card in the return way to "worksystem "- is its withdrawal from the camera slot. Turn off the camera and remove the memory card. Rotate it in his hands, and maybe you will find it on the small latch switch. It is made like a lever on the 3.5-inch disks, and has two positions: write to the card is enabled, and the card entry is prohibited. Move the lever in the opposite position, and insert the digital camera, and then try to take a picture.
It is possible that all of the camera also refuses to take a picture, referring to protection write, or it is used in such a card,like the xD, which has no lever. Maps without a switch installed in some models of digital cameras Olympus and other manufacturers. In this case, the menu cancel protection a specific, chosen picture - it shows an icon in the form of key.
If not accompanied by such a machine settingsoption, you need to use a third way - remove the attribute "Read Only" to those pictures, to which he was attached. This is done through the computer. Connect the memory card to your PC, open it in the properties file and uncheck "Read only".
If the previous methods have not helpedrefer to the manual of the camera. At the end of the instructions usually contains a section that contains the error messages for your camera firmware. Also be displayed on the screen of the camera, in a brochure given their causes and remedies. Most likely, that the error of the impossibility of recording or memory write protection there, too, there is also depending on the camera manufacturer, it may have a specific course of solutions.
Finally, a software bug can speak in the latter method in the fifth camera. The solution to a Memory card problem in this case - its formatting through the Windows or directly from the camera menu.