There are quite a few complaints about the 0xC0000094 error and in the vast majority of cases it is associated with Deathloop. It is possible that it will appear with other games or programs for exactly the same reasons. Before us is a relatively new failure code that has been little studied. However, on different sites there are many references to one interesting and working solution to the error.
The error message contains the following text:
Crash at launch : Error 0xC0000094 (Integer Divide by Zero)
Crash summary : Error 0xC0000094 (Integer Divide by Zero) occurred in thread ‘DEATHLOOP’ at instruction location 0x00007FF6BC819FCE.
How to fix error 0xC0000094?
It seems that the error is a consequence of Bethesda’s flaws in Deathloop. Since the system relies on some kind of AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) technology. It’s about the encryption technology built into the Intel CPU. Just the inactivity of the function and leads to an error.
How to fix error 0xC0000094:
- We restart the computer and enter the BIOS. To do this, at system startup, press Del, F2, F9 or other keys, depending on your motherboard.
- In the Advanced or Security section (maybe in another) we are looking for the AES parameter or its phrase.
- We translate AES into the Enabled position.
- Save the changes and restart the computer.
There is also an alternative solution, although this is more of a crutch, but it is confirmed that it often works. The bottom line is to switch to using the integrated graphics adapter. Adjustments can be made both in the BIOS and in the NVidia Control Panel (as well as on a similar panel for AMD). In the 3D graphics settings, select Deathloop and set the default option to Integrated Graphics Adapter. At startup, a warning will appear about the low power of the video core, but the game should start. If the CPU is equipped with a sufficiently powerful standard adapter, the game will work stably. Just make sure you connect to the HDMI output directly from the GPU and not through the motherboard.
All other solutions for error 0xC0000094 have not been confirmed by users as effective. So far, this is all the information we have been able to find. As always, the last solution is to contact technical support.