It could be the camera's firewire port, I have the same problem and I am sure it is coming from this. try checking if if the program recognizes another camera if it does the firewire port on your camera must be broken.
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use a usb cable or a card reader both are mac compatible, may be a dongle will also help, go online and down load the software for mac, restart before another attempt, you may also restart the computer with you camera on and connected to to the computer by usb
You just described the cause of your problem....you tried to put pictures back on to the card. Your camera doesn't recognize your computer's operating system, so what you did corrupted the file system on the card. To get the card to work again, you will need to format it in the camera. This will completely erase it.
Mac's don't need a driver to recognize the camera however they usually need a specific program for different brands of photos. You can also try opening up iPhoto as that will usually recognize the camera. If iPhoto doesn't work and you don't want to install a new program you can also get a card reader that'll connect via USB and will avoid needing any program to transfer photos.