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Switch to "Manual (M)" mode.

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SOURCE: Hi My Nikon D5100 camera giving a sin of Autoexposure error after it's drooped from my tripod on the deck floor (Wooden Floor). How can I fix that? please help me, it's an emergency. Thanks!

This should be helpful.

Turn the lens to Manual mode (moving to M). Twist the very tip of the lens till it unlocks.

If you twist the lens on the end far enough on the end to the right you will find it "locks". This is what is causing the screeching sound,, it's locked and can't auto focus. Twist the very end to the left till it releases. This fixed it for me.

Regards,
Sean

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SOURCE: Hi My Nikon D5100 camera giving a sin of Autoexposure error. Contact a Nikon authorized representative message after it's drooped from my tripod on the deck floor (Wooden Floor). The Nikon55-300mm

There is no way to really answer this question as the camera was dropped. If it was dropped with the lens, then the problem could be either in the body or the lens (or both). If you have another lens try it and see if you get the same result. Otherwise you are probably going to have to take it to the shop or send it to Nikon

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Regards,
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