Do i need it to connect it to a digital pin or what i am doing wrong what can be the cause of my problem ?
You have missed wired it somehow. When you press the button you are creating a direct short cicuit between the arduino ground and +5vdc, causing a overcurrent draw from the PC USB port and hense the error and complaint. The module should have it's pins labled or named, ground, +5vdc, and signal, or something on that order. Ground should wire to an arduino ground pin, +5vdc should wire to the arduino +5vdc pin, and signal should wire to a arduino digital pin.
By the way pin 0 is used by the arduino for serial communications with the PC and for uploading sketches to the board, you are best to use pins other then pins 0 and 1.