Instruction at "0x77ec957c" referenced memory at "0c003614aa" memory could not be "read"
I tried to defrag w/third pary tool, got same message, siezed up half way through...took all day to get that far. computer running very slow.
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Hello Mclauwers, 0x00000000 mean "Divide by zero error" Divide by zero error A divide by zero is caused when a DIV instruction is executed and
the divisor is 0. Memory corruption (or other hardware problems) or software
failures can cause this.
To resolve this issue, use the appropriate method:
If either software or hardware can cause a particular trap,
a debug is required to determine which is the cause. If you suspect a hardware
problem, try the following hardware troubleshooting steps:
Test the RAM in the
computer by running the diagnostic software that is provided by
the computer manufacturer. Replace any RAM that is reported as bad.
Also, make sure that all the RAM in the
computer is the same speed.
Try removing or swapping out controllers, cards, or
Try a different motherboard on the computer.
If you are over clocking the speed of your processor, set
it back to the speed at which it is designed to run.
Check with the hardware vendor for any updated hardware
drivers or BIOS updates, or both.
For more information on processor faults, consult an Intel
processor reference manual.
Also use a system utility tool like RegInOut to fix registry & different operating system errors.
this is a common error if you try to install a new memory card or if you are infected by a virus.
if you tried to install/upgraded a new memory card. these are the thing you need to consider
- memory card is not properly installed to the memory slot
- memory card is not compatible to the system
- if you added a new memory card it means that there is a conflict between the old and new memory card
if you did not install/upgraded a new memory card. these are the things you need to consider
- you are infected by a worm/virus. try updating your system by installing system updates. install antivirus software
- you might install a software that is having an issue with the memory installed in your system.
- Operating system is corrupted need to reinstall the OS.
- hardware failure try to check first the memory card then hard disk. or just contact local technician.
You can try to disable this service by following the below steps: Step 1: Open your computer's Control Panel by selecting "Start" > "Control Panel" from your computer's Start menu. Step 2: Choose the "System and Maintenance" > "Problem Reports" menu option from the Control Panel menu. Step 3: Select "Change Settings" > "Advanced Settings" from the Problem Reports program menu and turn off the automatic problem reporting feature in Windows. Step 4: Exit the Problem Reporting application by selecting "File" > "Exit" from the File menu. Werfault.exe will now only run on your computer in the event of a catastrophic application problem.
If disabling the application does not work, you should keep in mind that many malware programs can show up on your system as seemingly legitimate files by using file names that are very similar to those of legitimate files. Whenever you are in doubt about a particular file, always scan your system for viruses.
Hello there, First things firsk friend. 1)Did you ever change your RAMs? if so, take it out and just put one to work. 2) If you do a backup OS system before using your laptop? if not you have to reinstall all, from recovery partition at this point. 3) Use default BIOS settings.
Boot from your cd rom using your windows cd. Adjust your BIOS setting to boot from cd rom. Follow the instruction carefully. When partition editor screen come, break all partition and resize partition as your choice. Than install windows on drive 'C'. You r done. If you cant boot, try using another bootable cd. Let me know whats next.