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(Resolved) 0xC00D1199: Cannot play file

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by rslevine, Oct 13, 2003.

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  1. rslevine

    rslevine Thread Starter

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    I use windows media play 9. I just started getting the above error message and music won't play. I have followed the instructions given in other threads on this subject including downloading the 814129 patch from Microsoft. Still the problem persists. I can see .avi videos but no sound. This applies to mp3s on my system and cd's which I insert in the drive. The .asx is correct. I have removed and reinstalled the media player 9 program, rebooted, etc. What else to try? Thanks.
     
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    rslevine Thread Starter

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    More info: Apparently WIndows Media cannot read the format tag and therefore can't find the audio codec. I have uninstalled windows media player and reinstalled it..no change. The mp3 and the avi (divx) do play on winamp and divx player. Also a music cd will not play on windows media but plays on winamp3. Can't solve yet.
     
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    I solved my own problem. Apparently the read scripts setting in windows media player had become unchecked and as such the program wouldn't read codecs.
     
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