Many of Minecraft servers I'm playing on are plagued with people reporting their game crashing with an error "Exit code 0".
The message "Exit Code 0" indicates that the game has stopped playing while an error occurred. It is hard to pinpoint the exact cause of the problem because there are many possible causes.
These are some of the more conevnient ways to try to remedy the situation.
If your Java version is out of date, the error code could also be displayed. Mojang recommends that Java be kept up-to-date. This will improve your gaming experience.
Mods could be causing Exit Error 0. To resolve the problem, disable or remove any mods that you use.
This can be caused by outdated graphics drivers. First, update your graphics driver. The new drivers address compatibility issues and provide a performance boost at no cost.
Conflicting programs may also cause the Exit Code 0 error. Minecraft compatibility problems have not been solved by any of the incarnations over the past decade. The community has provided a list of known incompatible programs. Before you enter the pixelated world make sure that you aren't running any of the listed programs.
If none of these solutions work, you can reinstall Minecraft. You can backup your Minecraft folder by entering %appdata% into File Explorer.
Perform a clean reboot to allow your computer's system to boot with the only essential programs and services. This will help you eliminate the infringers.