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Runtime error 200 at 15E6:0091.

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Hi
When I try to run an old program from command line I
get the message :
Runtime error 200 at 15E6:0091.
the program was ment to work on DOS 6.22 OS but it supposed to work on NT and 95 too...
What does this Error mean?
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Question by:eofek
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by:eofek
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by:BlackMan
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Runtime error 200 is a Division by Zero in most programming languages, but why it happens, I'm afraid I can't help you with...
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by:tcalesa
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My kids learning games do that as well. The long and short is you probably can't run this in NT4. I think the games could run on 3.51, but it's been awhile.

I heard a lot of this has been solved with SP4 as long as the program supports activex (3 or 4?).

Try SP4 it may help.
Good luck
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Ronald Buster earned 20 total points
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The error is a division by zero and there are 2 possible reasons for this :

1. You are on a network (novell) and the server is 32bit 3.12 or     higher. The problem is that NT4 is a mixture of 16 and 32bit

2. The program you are running has calculation routines which     envolves wrong data types (internal) and numbers are     interpreted differently on 16 and 32bit/

regards,

Cono
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