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Try right clicking the file your trying to play go to properties click change next to opens with then select windows media player see if it will re-associate the files.
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on Sep 02, 2020
Windows Media Player 10
You can not play WMV or ASF media on a website with Internet Explorer's Media Bar turned on.
Internet Explorer has its own player for the Media Bar. To get around the c00d11cd error being generated you need to turn the Media Bar off. To disable Internet Explorer's (version 6) Media Bar click the Media button on the main Toolbar, then click "Media Options" in the new pane that opens. Now select "settings", and then un check "Play web media in the bar".
There is no need to restart your machine as this will take effect immediately.
You have a "playlist" on your PC that you are trying to copy to a CD-R. When you hit the copy button it goes straight to the c00d11cd error!
The most likely cause is DRM. Check the songs on your "playlist" to see if any of the content protected. To do this simply "right click" on each song, then select the "license tab". If any of the songs are protected then you can NOT copy them without the appropriate DRM authority. (DRM = Digital Rights Management) You will need to check with the site you purchased from to see the level of DRM used.
You have a "playlist" on your PC that you are trying to copy to another computer. When you try and play on the new computer it goes straight to the c00d11cd error!
The most likely cause is DRM. (DRM = Digital Rights Management)
It is likely you purchased and downloaded from a site Like Walmart.com Online stores like these set restrictions on what you can do with the .WMA files you download. It is likely that the DRM licence for your download restricts you copying to another PC. You will need to check with the site you purchased from to see the level of DRM used.
You can not copy songs from a CD in the CD drive to your hard disk. Windows Media Player generates the c00d11cd error.
The most likely cause is that something has gone wrong with the special file responsible for the "encoding". The name of the file is: wmadmoe.dll
The first thing we need to do is re-register this file with Windows XP To do this go to the "Start Menu" and select "Run". Now type in the following: regsvr32 wmadmoe.dll
If this does not work then the file itself may be corrupt. To fix this go to the "Start Menu" again and select "Run". Now type in the following: sfc /scannow
This will now scan your XP machine to see if there are any corrupt system files. If there are any then XP will prompt you for the XP CD so it can get a new copy... This may help you resolve the c00d11cd error.
This will get you up and running again, however due to some underlying problems with your installation you may actually need to re-install Windows Media Player.
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on Jul 25, 2020
Windows media player non risponde
THE PROBLEM IS EITHER OF THE FILE YOU ARE TRYING TO PLAY WHICH MIGHT BE CORRUPTED OR YOU NEED TO UPGRADE THE PLAYER. TRY PLAYING OTHER DIFFERENT FILES. IF IT RUNS GOOD THEN THE FILE YOU ARE TRYING TO PLAY IS THE CULPRIT.
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on Jul 25, 2020
The window media player cannot open the
Hi. I think the problem on this issue is that the file that you're trying to play is not supported my your Windows Media Player. You can solve this problem by downloading updates for your media player or the codec packs like K-Lite. Also you can just download another media player like VLC Player, you can download this into google, just type in VLC Player and download and install it on your computer. This VLC players supports almost all video or audio file extension. Goodluck!
on Jul 25, 2020
I just want to know how to add subtitles to a DVD.
There are lots of solutions to add subtitle to a movie. You can use VLC, HandBrake, or other programs to do that. Just follow below steps to add subtitle to a movie.
1. Fire up Handbrake on your computer and then click on the "Source" button to add the video that you want to add subtitle.
2. Click on the "Subtitles" tab in the interface to import your downloaded subtitle file.
3. After that, you can choose the output format from the right side screen. Click on the "Browse" button in the interface to set a target folder for the encoded video file.
4. When you complete all settings, you can hit on the green "Start" button to begin the encoding process. After a while, the video with subtitles will be available in the folder that you have just set.
For more methods, check: How to Add Subtitles to a Movie
on Mar 05, 2020
I have problem in playing disks
ok. here is the right solution for you. you must install the codec pack to view the DVD videos in your windows media player.
if you are using windows you need to install the following codec packDOWNLOAD
if you are using windows XP, you need to install the following codec packDOWNLOAD
on Dec 02, 2019
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