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When the SD card appears on the desktop single click it and then press command i. In the window that appears see if the General area says NT Filesystem. If that's the case the Mac can't reliably write to it without a third-party driver.

As I see it you have two options:

1. Use a third party driver to allow the Mac to write to the card in a way Windows understands. Personally the only one I would bother with is Paragon NTFS for Mac OS X software

2. Re-fromat the card as Fat 32. Keep in mind that Fat 32 limits each file to less than 4 GB.

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