According to the info posted on the manufacturers website (link above), this device requires Windows XP (or later). And no driver is needed in Windows XP, only the software that they package with the product is needed. And I doubt it is even necessary in order to transfers pictures to the computer as Windows Imaging (in Windows XP) will handle it.
Also, according to the info I found under the "Package Contents" tab, your camera should have came with a "Getting Started Guide with KODAK EASYSHARE Software". It doesn't say anything about a driver being needed but it may be required in Windows 2000. The only problem is that Kodak doesn't offer any Windows 2000 specific driver. Nor do they offer a driver for Windows XP (unless the driver is built-into the "KODAK EASYSHARE Software").
You can find a "Software, Driver & Firmware Downloads" link posted on this page:
However, it doesn't lead to a driver, only to the "KODAK EASYSHARE Software". If you select Windows 2000 from the drop-down menu, you get the following message:
"We're sorry, there are no downloads available for WINDOWS 2000. Please select a different operating system from the menu above".
It looks to me like you will have to get a computer with Windows XP or later on it to connect to this camera with a pc. Or use a usb card reader and take the card out of the camera and read it in the usb card reader.