Thread Status: Not open for further replies. I also rebuild MBR with FDISK, still no avail. The error must be some Clipper initialization routine that is having problems with faster machines. which seems to cause the errors !!
Please consider a donation to The PC Guide Tip Jar. Any ideas? This is on a 233mhz machine and I have run it sucessfully on a 500mhz machine with no problems. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.
Thanks. The error must be some Clipper initialization routine that is having problems with faster machines. http://www.simmtester.com/PAGE/products/doc/docinfo.asp I don't think you mentioned whether you were doing a clean install or an overinstall. Walter, I have a Clipper program I wrote some time ago that was compiled with Clipper5.
This corrupted system file will lead to the missing and wrongly linked information and files needed for the proper working of the application. If you have any suggestions, I would really appreciate hearing about from you. Two hds do show up after the POST, though. system exception: integer divide by zero 6.
What OS are you on? You can test the ram by swapping out modules if possible, or try the software tester DocMemory. Some old programs can not run on new fast machines. I've done a 'search' already here and on the Win 98 forum and have not found an answer relative to me.
If the CPU is causing this problem, why did the application run properly before installing Windows 2000 and/or Windows XP - I tried them both - (!same machine - no hardware If you can't find it, send me an email. Since I searched various searchenginges, programming and database homempages, I know that the problem could be caused by a CPU that runs too fast. One thing you must do to be able to fix the issue, it is to uninstall all the newest software you added in your personal computer and as you finish the
This Runtime Error R6003-integer Divide By Zero error code has a numeric error number and a technical description. wd DOSBox Author Posts: 10818Joined: 2003-12-03 @ 21:23 Top Reply with quote Re: Colonization - Crash by "divide by zero" by Arralen » 2007-7-13 @ 10:18 Thanks for the help Btw., it crashes with CPU set to auto at the very same point - even if I go back to a savegame 2 turns before. The things that I haven't done yet are to use another boot floppy disk and another hard disk.
In the beginning there was the command line Reply With Quote May 5th, 2001,01:31 AM #3 Igor M View Profile View Forum Posts Virtual Resident Join Date Dec 1999 Location Rostov-on-Don, This article contains information that shows you how to fix Runtime Error R6003-integer Divide By Zero both (manually) and (automatically) , In addition, this article will help you troubleshoot some common Join Date Jun 2000 Location Oz Posts 3,441 Are you running it in a DOS window or frome a pure command line? Fixit Search Primary Menu Skip to content Search for: Runtime Error R6003-integer Divide By Zero September 30, 2011 admin Looking for Solutions to Prevalent Runtime Error R6003-integer Divide By Zero Your
If your anti-virus is out of date then chances are viruses can pass through it very easily. If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. [Resolved] Runtime Error R6003 - integer divide by 0 Discussion in 'Earlier Versions Join Date Jan 2000 Location Pittsburgh, PA USA Posts 2,053 I'll try that line in system.ini file when I get a chance to get on that machine again. You really need to try a clean one.
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Drop it down as far as it will go & reboot. You need to link in a file called __WAIT_B.OBJ which should be on OASIS. Once zeros are written to the drive, the utility will test the hard drive to make sure everything is cool. Powered by vBulletin Version 4.2.2 Copyright © 2016 vBulletin Solutions, Inc.
However, I'm 99% sure this patch is the culprit. Author Message Walter Blad#1 / 3 "run-time error R6003 - integer divide by zero" error. If in Windows my first guess might be video hardware accelleration. Post a reply 6 posts • Page 1 of 1 Reply with quote Colonization - Crash by "divide by zero" by Arralen » 2007-7-13 @ 08:27 I'm trying to run Colonization
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