If the previous procedure does not solve the problem, the damaged or incompatible plug-in might be a digital signal processing (DSP) or rendering plug-in. If you created the metafile, verify that it contains items. You encountered this message because the Player cannot find the plug-in that you selected. I was totally helpless and suddenly while googling I got this tool.
If you created the metafile, verify that it contains items. Connect to the network or Internet, and then try again. Back to IndexC00D11BD: Cannot play the file Windows Media Player cannot play the file because the specified protocol is not supported. For this you need to use Windows update error C00D1196 repair tools.
As a precaution, any plug-ins that you installed (as opposed to plug-ins that were included with the Player by default) have been disabled. Ask other Windows Media Player users for assistance by posting your question to the Windows Media Player Newsgroup. To enable all network protocols On the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the Network tab.
If you clicked a link on a Web page, the link might not be valid. For additional information about .dvr-ms support, see the Microsoft Web site. If you are connected to the Internet through a dial-up connection, you might not be able to choose the proxy server. The Player has automatically switched the CD-ROM drive setting to analog playback.
The license can specify how you can use the file. Notes To play DVDs, you must have a DVD-ROM drive and a software or hardware DVD decoder installed on your computer. Select a slower recording (write) speed. A metafile is a file that contains information about other files.
By default, Windows does not include a DVD decoder. The file was partially downloaded and saved in an incomplete state. All these features are available with single RegCure Pro tool. Defragmentation This software can quickly defrag the selected drive and improving drive speed and space.
Back to IndexC00D0BC1: Cannot perform the requested operation Windows Media Player cannot perform the requested operation. By default, Windows does not include a DVD decoder. An ID that starts with "8004" or "8007" is generated by another operating system component that Windows Media Player relies on, such as a networking or CD burning component. Back to IndexC00D1194: Cannot open the specified URL Windows Media Player cannot open the specified file because the Player is not configured to use the protocol specified in the URL.
A protected .dvr-ms file can only be played on the computer on which it was recorded. Notes To play DVDs, you must have a DVD-ROM drive and a software or hardware DVD decoder installed on your computer. Verify your settings in the Streaming proxy settings area. Back to Index800704CF: Cannot find the file Windows Media Player cannot find the file.
DVD playback is only available on select versions of Windows. Note that if the file type you tried to play is included in this table, the file might have been encoded by using a codec that is not supported by Windows DVD playback is only available on select versions of Windows. If you do not have a compatible DVD decoder installed, DVD-related commands, options, and controls do not appear in the Player and you cannot play DVDs.
Additionally, it is the best possible driver for your system configuration etc. The Player has automatically switched the CD-ROM drive to analog playback. It is also able to scan your computer for out of date or missing device drivers.
Turn on the device, and then try copying the files again. Try again later. Back to IndexC00D11C7: Cannot play or copy the file Windows Media Player cannot play or copy the file because the required codec is not installed on your computer. Back to IndexC00D11CB: Encountered a network problem Windows Media Player encountered a network problem.
To verify your proxy server settings On the Tools menu, click Options, click the Network tab, and then verify your settings in the Streaming proxy settings area. Back to IndexC00D11B3: Encountered a network problem Windows Media Player encountered a network problem. Back to Index800C2EE2: Operation timed out Windows Media Player cannot connect to a required server due to a network problem. However, the Player was unable to download and install the required codec for this file, most likely because a codec is not available for the content you want to play, or
DVD playback is only available on select versions of Windows. But due to corruption of the file or the inaccessibility of the file update process failed to start or break in the middle. Back to IndexC00D11AE: Cannot copy files to recordable disc Windows Media Player cannot copy the selected files to the CD-R or CD-RW disc. After all protocols are enabled, try playing the file again.
Although the information is written specifically to address issues with Windows Media Player 9 Series, much of the information is also applicable to earlier versions of the Player. Try again later. Back to IndexC00D0FAB: Using CD error correction Windows Media Player can play some CDs that contain errors if the error correction option is turned on. The server is busy and is not accepting new connections.
This tool is equipped with best scanning process which easily detects the cause of the error and fix them easily. Repeat for the Audio DSP, Other DSP, and Renderer categories. Your sound device is not functioning properly. Your sound or video device might require an updated driver.