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WMP my Wmp can not play avi file

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  • peyo Mar 11, 2008

    WMP ver 11 i think.... when I open a video in AVI format it says something like it needs a codec

  • peyo Mar 11, 2008

    sorry.....

    yes I have a vista.... I have 2 computers here an XP which has no problem I tried playing thesame file and it works in my mXP computer but in my vista computer it does not work...


  • peyo Mar 11, 2008

    ok let me try this first.... thank you...

  • peyo Mar 11, 2008

    same thing happens... I have the message " required codec might not be installed" the codec needed is COOD119A

  • Anonymous Jul 02, 2008

    cood119a i niemogę nic odtworzyć na WMP11-co robić?

  • Anonymous Dec 11, 2008

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  • Sergio Scalfaro
    Sergio Scalfaro May 11, 2010

    do you have vista?
    Sergio

  • Sergio Scalfaro
    Sergio Scalfaro May 11, 2010

    what wmp do you have?
    Sergio

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I am running windows vista, and having a problem with windows media player. I have a file that won't play because it has an error code cood119a.

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Http://windowshelp.microsoft.com/Windows/en-US/Help/3d0c5a49-8f61-45cc-8a7d-38c4695ba9291033.mspx

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You need to download divx and xvid. http://xvid.com/ http://www.divx.com/ After download, restart your computer, if the file doesnt work in WMP us the Divx player

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  • Firstly a UPS is an abbreviation for Uninterrupted Power Supply - meaning emergency backup power in the event of a mains power failure. This is not a type of PC.
  • Secondly - Windows media player does not support every type of movie format, as Microsoft Update it from time to time, some formats will still not be supported, these are known as codecs.
  • Thirdly, codecs to support your particular format can usually be downloaded and added to Windows Media Player, however i can not think of any reason .wmv files are not supported by Windows Media Player.

You could try re-downloading the latest version of Windows Media Player from one of the links provided below.
WMP 11 will support the latest codecs, but if for some reason you find yourself needing the older version, use WMP 10.

You will most likely have to remove your current version of WMP, and you can do this by using Windows Add/Remove programs.
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  2. Click on Control Panel.
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Microsoft WMP 11 is available by clicking on this link:
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Microsoft WMP 10 is available by clicking on this link:
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WMV 11 is available by clicking on this link:
http://filehippo.com/download_windows_media_player/

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