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Nikon d60 - error. turn camera off and on again.

Nikon d60 - ''error. turn camera off and on again.''
i've turned camera off and on.
i've removed battery and put back in, and same with the sd card.
the camera was working just fine before this happened.
i can't find any info on this type of error...any ideas???

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Locate the button behind the shutter release button with the green dot next to it. Locate the button at the back lower hand side of the D60 with the green dot next to it. Press both buttons at the same time.........This resets the D60 to its original settings and should resolve the problem.....

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