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Hi Patricia, http://cdn-10.nikon-cdn.com/pdf/manuals/coolpix/cp950rm.pdf
The link is to the manual for your camera in case you lost yours. I checked the error messages listed and there is nothing shown. However, your camera has three exposure modes (see page 18 in the manual). You will notice that the Program Mode is identified as the "P" mode as it is on all digital cameras. The message may be telling you that there is something wrong with that mode of operation. For an experiment, change your camera's exposure mode to A or S and see if it functions correctly. If that solves the problem your camera will be usable. If it does not, I would normally recommend that you send it to Nikon for service, however you have a very old obsolete model and it will probably cost you more to have it repaired then it will to buy a new camera. The prices have come way down for allot better equipment since you bought your 950. Good luck.
Zoom failure suggests zoom motor stalled - no repair
Un able to take photos- main circuit failure.
Checxk all the ovoise things
Battery state- is it goog and delivering full power.
Have you set it to the Photo mode or is it stuck in some other function.
Get hold the the manual and do a thorough check of all functions.
There is usually a FULL manual in PDF format on the supplied CD.