When I want to use my local radio's AdiovVault, I get the error message "Windows Media Player cannot find the file. If you are trying to play, burn, or sync an item that is in your library, the item might point to a file that has been moved, renamed, or deleted." What can I do ti fix this. I have downloaded Media player 11 but did not remove the older version before doing so.
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https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/234019 Microsoft CorporationWindows Media Player does not support the file format or the codec of the media ... currently, but does provide support for the most common types of media files.
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/842183 Microsoft CorporationThis problem may occur if any one or more of the following conditions is true: Some of ... If Windows Media Player does not support the file format that you are using, contact the ... Microsoft supports MPEG4v3 files in .asf streaming format only.
Windows Media Player error C00D10BA
Windows Media Player can't find the file. This error message usually indicates that the link from an item in the Player Library to its associated digital media file is broken. Items in the Player Library are links to digital media files that are stored on your computer, a network drive, a removable storage card, an Internet server, or another location. Links can be broken for one of the following reasons:
A link to a temporary file from the Internet cache (for example, a file from the Temporary Internet Files folder) was added to the Player Library and that file was later deleted.
A link to a digital media file was added to the Player Library and the file was later deleted.
Because Micorsofts media player has a limited amount of file types that it will play. An option is to use some other player such as realplayer. Another option is to obtain software that will convert one file type to another.. I am guessing that you have the most update media player. If not , download in through windows update.
Sounds like you have a real mess there that you can lose a lot of time trying to solve. I'd suggest saving all your files to another drive, and then reinstall the OS and only allow the system to update through the Windows update manager/web site, which should be able to match up the right update files. Do all this patching of the OS without installing any other hardware devices to keep it clear where things go wrong. Once the OS is patched completely, install new hardware and patch it separately watching for the tell-tale incompatibilities with XP/MCE2005. Especially watch for legacy devices that might not have modern drivers.
Try making one file of the BEST MIX and then sending only that one file. After they are on the player you can shuffel them around as you like if you have enough folders available. The file on the player will show on your desktop and you can then rearrange them before disconnecting. It seems from the error message, you are sending more than the songs to the player; like an exe order with each. Not everything in each file needs to go to the player. It only needs the tunes, it has it's own idea on how to play them, which is different than what the media player wants to do with them. Mine was fussy about what was being offered by my Windows Media Player 11.
Before we try blaming a faulty cd/dvd unit lets check out faulty Windows Media Player Software.
Is Media Player up to date? Try installing iTunes set as default. That will force the cd/dvd association to iTunes. See if the player works or what the error is...If it works...Then re-open Media player make it the default again and see it what it does.
This is from the Microsoft site:
Windows Media Player cannot find the file. This error message usually indicates the link from an item in Media Library to its associated digital media file is broken. Items in Media Library are links to digital media files that are stored on your computer, a network drive, a removable storage card, an Internet server, or another location. Links can be broken for one of the following reasons:
* A link to a temporary file from the Internet cache (for example, a file from the Temporary Internet Files folder) was added to Media Library and that file was later deleted.
* A link to a digital media file was added to Media Library and the file was later deleted.
To repair a link
Do one of the following:
* If you deleted or moved the file, replace it to its original location.
* If you moved the file, right-click the item in Media Library, click Error Details, and then enter the new location of the file.
To delete a link
Do one of the following:
* Right-click the item in Media Library, click Error Details, and then select the Remove file from Media Library check box.
* Right-click the item in Media Library, and then click Delete from Library.