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Mike the Mac Medic, Camera and Video Technician
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Experience:  Amateur photographer since I had my own darkroom at age 12.
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What am I supposed to do now

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What am I supposed to do now
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Camera and Video
Expert:  Mike the Mac Medic replied 1 year ago.
Take the memory card out they have a little switch on the side that locks them so you don't accidentally erase it. Switch it to the other position and put it back. I only see one question here from you so I am not sure where you asked the first three times.
Expert:  Mike the Mac Medic replied 1 year ago.
Either that or your grand daughter locked one or more pictures so they can't be deleted. Go to the image you accidentally protected, then press OK. Press OK a second time and it should now be unprotected and able to be deleted.