Question about Microsoft Windows XP Professional
This is a noted common error going back to the early 2004.... If it works you should be able to set your IE security back to 'refuse file downloads' until you need it again. good luck ....
This error message (Error ID = 0xC00D119A) means that Windows Media Player was unable to download a Codec it needed to play the file you were trying to listen to.
Beacuse windows media shares your internet settings, I'd start by going to IE's tools->internet options menu
Check the Security tab for internet and go to 'custom level'. See if 'Allow file downloads' is checked - if not, check it, OK out, restart IE and windows media and try the codec download again.
If it works you should be able to set your IE security back to 'refuse file downloads' until you need it again.
good luck ....
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