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Integer division by zero


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Pyrocat

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Hey, newbie to the forums but hoping to get one of my problems worked out.

So, I usually download a lot of videos, and every once in a while (read: 1/5) I download a movie that gives me an error whenever I click it. Note that I do not open the file, just simply selecting it gives me the error. The videos always run fine, but the error causes explorer.exe to restart. The error it gives is:

Explorer.EXE - Application Error
The exception Integer division by zero.
(0xc0000094) occurred in the application at location 0x03aa9d67.

Click on OK to terminate the program
Click on CANCEL to debug the program


clicking ok or cancel causes explorer to restart. Is this a virus? AVG comes up with no viruses so I'm not sure of the problem here. Do I need to reinstall windows or repair explorer somehow?
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dsenette

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found th is on google http://www.theglobea...Troubleshooter/
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The guy who wrote that answer obviously didn't read the question. It crashed when you simply *select* the file, so it doesn't matter what program runs it. QuickTime and WMP both open the file (although quicktime won't play it because it's not a supported file format. It is a .avi file type, but downloading codecs didn't work. I have all of the automatic updates.

Problem persists.
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Hi,
I found a solution that can help in microsoft site, have a look please:

http://support.micro...:...3726/en-us/

Hope this fix the error...
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installed the latest version of ms vm, still didn't fix the problem :tazz:
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Any reason it cannot be a badly created file...?
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