I have no idea why you would waste your time doing such a thing. It would not prove the Riemann Hypothesis, moreover the non-trivial zeros are not real numbers anyway so I can tell you with absolute certainty that there are no zeros between 10^22 and 10^1000 without having to check anything. The trivial zeros are the even negative integers and there are no other real zeros.

It has been shown that most (in a probabilistic sense) of the non-trivial zeros have real part 1/2.

The requirement is to show that ALL of the non-trivial real number have real part 1/2 and no amount of computer checking could do that.

It is becoming clear that don't even know what the Riemann Hypopthesis is. Do some reading.

http://www.claymath.org/millennium/R...is/riemann.pdf