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Did you try contacting Fujifilm online support? This may be because you have not registered from the new computer to whatever program you are trying to connect. If your problem is about running the software already installed, why not consider using third-part software to download, and edit your photos. picasa for example.
The S3000 has a 512MB limit according to Fuji. Ther is also no firmware upgrade to address this issue. However I loaded a 1GB Olympus M type card into th S3000, which was pre-fornatted and worked straight away. After putting the card into the reader in my laptop, and then returning to the camera, the camera identified the card as not initialized. I tried to format the card in the camera but this didn't work.
To fix this I connected the camera to the computer using the USB cable located the camera card via My Computer, left clicked on and did a quick format in FAT (FAT16). After this the camera read the card and indicated 1305 frames available at 3M.
When I connect my camera a Microsoft screen comes up and asks how I want to view my pictures. Try going to "my computer" and verify if you see a "drive" for your camera. if you do click on it and you will be able to view your pictures
software for 2800: go to fuji site for download.
also, you can remove the memory card and insert into a reader avail for about
$8.00. your computer should not need special software to read a memory card from
a reader. if your computer has a usb 2 port, use a usb 2 reader to save