What the error codes mean
Below, are some common error codes listed on the blue screen of death. Although they may not give you a specific cause of why your computer crashed, they will help you get a general idea.
Numbers are a big part of computer programming. Unfortunately, they are not very easy to understand, for a non-computer-programmer. The divide by zero error most likely means that an application on your computer tried to divide by zero, thus leading to a crash. If you want to try and pin point the application that caused the error, you may want to try analyzing the memory dump.
If you are getting the IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL error, it's most likely due to a bad device driver or other hardware compatibility issue. If you have recently upgraded your computer, or added any type of new hardware or device, try removing it and see if you still get the error.
The kmode error is attributed to a device driver that has been configured incorrectly for your system.
This error describes a problem within your computer's registry. Software and program errors can cause registry malfunctioning but this error could also be attributed to failure of your computer's hard drive to read the registry. Most of the time, restoring from backup will fix registry errors.