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.