RE: 0xC00D1199: Cannot play the file

From: Harish.G [MSFT] (v-harig_at_online.microsoft.com)
Date: 08/08/04


Date: Sun, 08 Aug 2004 22:08:31 GMT

Hi,

Windows Media Player cannot play the file. You might encounter this error
message for one of the following reasons:
The file type is not supported by the Player. The following table lists the
file types supported by the Player. If the file type you are trying to play
is included in this table, then the file might have been encoded by using a
codec that is not supported by Windows Media Player. If this is the case,
Windows Media Player cannot play the file.
The file type is supported by the Player, but the file was compressed by
using a codec that is not supported by the Player.
The file type is supported, but you are trying to play it in a way that is
not supported by the Player. For example, you might have attempted to drag
a DVD file with a .vob extension from a DVD to the Windows Media Player
icon. Or you might have attempted to open a .vob file by clicking Open on
the File menu.
You are trying to play one part of a multipart file. Use a newsreader or
other program to combine the files, and then try again.
The following table lists the file types (formats) supported by Windows
Media Player.

File type (format) File name extension
Music CD Playback (CD audio) .cda
Audio Interchange File Format (AIFF) .aif, .aifc, and .aiff
Windows Media audio and video files .asf, .asx, .wax, .wm, .wma, .wmd,
wmp, .wmv, .wmx, .wpl, and .wvx
Windows audio and video files .avi and .wav
Windows Media Player skins .wmz
Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) .mpeg, .mpg, .m1v, .mp2, .mpa, .mpe,
mp2v*, and .mpv2
Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) .mid, .midi, and .rmi
AU (UNIX) .au and .snd
MP3 .mp3 and .m3u
DVD video .vob
Macromedia Flash .swf
Microsoft Recorded TV Show .dvr-ms*

* To play .mp2v and .dvr-ms files, you must have a software or hardware DVD
decoder installed on your computer. For additional information about
dvr-ms support, see the Microsoft Web site.
 Notes

To play DVDs, you must have a DVD-ROM drive and a software or hardware DVD
decoder installed on your computer. 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. By default, Windows does not
include a DVD decoder. For more information about DVD decoders, see Windows
Help.
DVD playback is only available on select versions of Windows.

Please let me know if this information helps!

Thank You,

Harish.G

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