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The Fuji Finepix Z1 says the card is not initialised after having downloaded images to apple mac computer

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If your pictures are safely downloaded to the computer, format the card in the camera to initialize it.

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Download any pics from the card using a card reader if necessary. Then, go into the menu and find "format" or "Initialize" and follow the on-screen instructions.

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Fuji's own software is called FinePix viewer. You can download the version for your mac from their support page here You should also be able to just take the card out of the camera and connect it to your mac via usb cable and then just import or copy the images onto your hard drive. Hope that helps

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That means the card needs to be formatted in the camera. This will erase it so download the pics first.

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It sounds like the card is faulty (it does happen). I had one that acted similarly. You could try using the card in another camera to check - I have a card that works OK in Olympus camera but not at all in Fuji!
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Download the manuafrom Fuji WEB sire.
You need to format the memory card, you need to goto the menu and scroll through the various settings to the memory card format function.

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It looks like your Mac is writing data back to the card while connected. The camera tries to access the images, but sees the Mac file, and doesn't know what to do. Try accessing the images on the Mac while the camera is connected. If you see files that are not the camera's files or folders, delete them. Don't delete your image files and folders, however.

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