This section provides a detailed description of all of the exception types defined for the Pentium® 4 processor.
This exception was first introduced in the 8088 processor and is implemented in the 8086, 80286, and in all subsequent IA32 processors.
This is an instruction Fault.
The occurrence of this exception indicates that the divisor operand for a DIV or IDIV instruction is 0 or that the result cannot be represented in the number of bits specified for the destination operand.
No error code is pushed onto the stack.
The contents of the CS:EIP register pair saved on the stack points ...