Re: Error COOD1199





"JNeff" wrote:

Cal Bear, maybe you can help me, too. I get the same error code when I ask
Media Player to play a file with a ".email" extension. I'm running Vista,
with the latest (presumably) Media Player. I've tried opening in "Windows
Mail" and in "Outlook." On my old XP machine I used Outlook Express, and
could never open .email files. I have a handful of correspondents that open
.email files, no problem. I've tried several methods suggested in MS
articles. (One suggested I save as ".eml" file, but I don't know how to do
that.) Technologically impaired...Thanks

"Cal Bear '66" wrote:

Great, and you're welcome.


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"Hayles" <Hayles@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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Thanks heaps all working now!!!

"Cal Bear '66" wrote:

What camera?

What format does the camera use to record videos (the last three letters in
the
file name after the dot )?

If it is .MOV, then it is a QuickTime file and you need to install QuickTime
from apple.com. QuickTime files do not playback in Windows Media Player.


I Bleed Blue and Gold
GO BEARS!


"Hayles" <Hayles@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
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I have vista home premium with windows media player and when i try to play
videos from my digital cam it keeps saying it doesnt support this file and
i
get error code cood1199. My camera doesnt have sound on it is that why?? I
am
new to computers so if anyone can help that would be great!!!




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