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Nikon is on Wilshire in Los Angeles do not try to fix your D90 by yourself it is a complicated computer they fix it for free if it is under warranty and they send it back to your house when repaired.
PS it cost more when you take it elsewhere small repair shops send it to Nikon too. Good luck.
On page 256 of the D-90 users manual it says that ERR indicates a camera malfunction that can be cleared by releasing the shutter. On my D-90 when this occurs, I have to turn the camera off to make the shutter release. Sometimes, but rarely, I have to remove and reinstall the battery to get the shutter to release.
The manual also says that if this error occurs frequently or persists to contact n authorized Nikon service center. I suggest that you contact Nikon tech support at www.nikon,com before you contact a service center to see what tech support advises. I have heard of people resolving this problem by upgrading the firmware (camera software). Nikon tech support can tell you if this will help.
You can download pro software from your local Nikon site: as an example for example: www.nikon.co.uk, i don't know where you are in the world so i use the uk site as an example only. You should use the nikon site in your area.
Then go to software downloads and you can then down load Capture NX or Capture NX2, however please note that what you are downloading is a 60 day trial version and after that you will have to pay for it.
Alternatively you can usually purchase the software and licence from a good photographic shop Cheers Ian561