Hmmm, can't read the tone of my voice on here... I KNOW it's not Mac'able. Been reading on forums etc, but will let senior tech look at it. Otherwise... May abuse my dads PC tomorrow.
It's a 2Gb card, and yes tried other readers etc.
Good news, found my camera, and it's got an 8Gb card!
I realize you might be upset, but hang in there. We are just trying to help you out.
I am a semi-pro photographer and I specialize in working with computer operating systems.(over 30 years)
One question back to the basics!
Were you ever able to read this particular SD card on this particular MAC in the past?
That is something you always want to try before shooting important pictures.
Your SD card is normally written in FAT/FAT32 format. That is not the standard format used by MAC. However, MAC has the possibility to read it, which should normally work unless something was changed on your particular MAC.
Can your camera still read the SD card? Warning: Don't take any pictures and don't format the SD card. Only try to view the images on the camera. If this step works then things are looking up. If that was positive, try reading the sd card on a PC, not a MAC, preferably the latest O/S if possible. Vista definitely works properly with a 2GB SD card when the reader installed can handle a 2GB SD card. I have seen problems with old XP's. However, the latest updated XP, SP3 should works fine considering the reader can handle 2GB.
Another thing when you camera can read the SD card. Do you have a USB cable that plugs in between your camera and the PC? If you do, try using this. In most cases this will work without any special drivers being installed. Some or all Kodak cameras at least require special drivers. This can be a head ache for you.
Let us know how you are progressing.