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Your camera uses an xD card, and they may have been locked by a pc.
Either put the card into an xD specific card reader, preferably the ones by Fuji or Olympus, or connect the camera to your pc with the card still inserted. Using either the Fuji software, or by clicking on the camera and then the memory card as displayed on the pc, you can access the "properties" tab. If a box which says "read only" is checked, then uncheck it.
Check and see if the school website had a memory size limit for their pictures. Your picture may be too large. Or it could be the wrong file format. Find out what those two things are (from your schools web site), open your picture on your computer, goto file, click on Save as...., and then save it to the setting the school requires (don't forget to use a different save name on your picture or else you will lose the orignal, and then upload the new picture.
Screen has been damaged. Possibly due to impact damage. It's probable the usb socket is damaged to. If the camera still works and saves pictures then you can upload pics to your pc via the card reader. Try sourcing another camera for donor parts like the screen on ebay
As you have probably noticed it is not possible to load a picture to the camera by just opening up the camera in MyComputer and dragging the files (FUJI - why?).
Connect the camera to the PC and switch it on.
Open FinePixViewer as soon as you click on one of the photos, on the right hand panel, the Image Utilization tab expands to "Save image to the camera (PTP)". Click on this to send the selected images to the camera.
One word of caution the camera only seems to be able to display the photos it took. Downloading a JPG from the web resulted in my camera locking up with READ ERROR. No help in the manual but I was able to recover by using FinePixViewer to delete the offending JPG from the camera. In fact I backed up and deleted all the stored photos to my PC. I then deleted the new one and reloaded them back to the camera. Once again thank you FUJI (but I must add a fantastic little camera).
Unfortunately, there is no way to format your card without losing any saved pictures. Sometimes, if you insert your card into other cameras or printing kiosks at walgreens or target, it will work. it's a long shot though. Chances are, you may have to lose your saved pictures :(