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Re: divide overflow error,
If the start menu click run and enter msconfig
Click on startup and turn off all the programs
Click on Servics and turn on hide all microsoft services
Turn off all other services that are not from microsoft
restart your system
you will see the error has gone
one by one turn back on service and start up programs and restart after ever turn on to isolate which program causes the error
YOu can then leave that turned odd and turn the rest back on.
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The cause, according to Borland:</font color=orange> (http://info.borland.com/devsupport/pascal/><font) < font color=blue>"Applications that use the CRT unit may generate this error message when running on very fast machines (i.e. Pentium Pro 180 and above). The cause of this error is a timing loop that occurs as part of the initialization of the CRT unit. This timing loop counts how many clock ticks occur within the loop and then that number is divided by 55. The result of this division is a value that is too large to fit into an integer value. The 'Divide by 0' error message is the catch-all error that is displayed when this overflow occurs."</font color=blue>
Here is the more in depth information about the Runtime Error 200</font color=orange> (http://www.merlyn.demon.co.uk/pas-r200.htm><font) including various fixes/patches to download.
I realize that most, if not all, of this information is older but so is the problem. Hope it helps,
you may face either harddisk failure, a driver problem or virus infection:
tools: original win98-cd (or a bootable image
version of it), antivir-software on cd!
- please check whether it is possible to boot from win98-cd, with cd-rom support, not from harddisk.
(such option should be availabe after bios-load is over)
leave the setup process without fully installing (press F3 button when asked for repair or install option)
in both cases :
type at the dos-prompt:
(command for changing to harddisk, windows-folder, booting windows from harddisk, but without loading all the drivers as usually)
win98 should come up in protected mode or give error messages.
- access cd-drive and execute vir-scan. - delete and/or repair infected files - turn down, attempt to reboot from hd - if still impossible reboot from win98-cd, run repair of installation and try once again standard boot
problem solved? if not, take down error messages consult fixya again!
I would try to error check the hard drive and also run a memory check to make sure it's not introduction errors. You'll need a floppy drive for the memory check and if the hard drive is over 30 gb, you'll have to hook it up to a desktop with an adapter as a slave to a winxp installation or, divide it into smaller 30 gb or less partitions, format with fat32 using a win98 startup disk and then scandisk each partition, checking for errors.
Do you still have the Dell Resource CD? If so, run the 32-bit diagnostic tests by inserting the Resource CD or Drivers and Utilities disk and press F12 when you start the computer (as soon as you see the DELL logo). Then boot from the CD-ROM. Run the Express Test. Check for error messages. Go to support.dell.com and search for that error message or codes.