Windows Media Player can't play .MKV file

I’m trying to play a .mkv file using Windows Media Player on Windows 7, and it keeps giving me an error message: C00D1199. Any ideas on how to fix it? reply

Hey Jason,

I recommend that you download and use the VLC media player instead of Windows Media Player to play your MKV files. That should work for you :-)

VLC player is FREE reply


Yeah, <a href=“">VLC</a> is definitely the best media player and it is open-source. reply


Go to Google and type. Download the latest codecs for WMP.

You now can play most all movie files.

If you download Avi files and you’re having problems with avi files. Just Download a free program called Mpeg4modifier. Drop or load the avi in it, and make sure the bitstream is packed. Just click 'yes' if itís not packed. Then hit save file. Then play on WMP. reply


Some guys recommend VLC media player. Yes, it plays the majority of file types right out of the box, but you’ll still need codecs to play media like .mkv or .avi files.

As far as we know, Matroska files can contain a big number of different audio and video compression formats, which is complicated to decode. To smoothly play MKV in Windows Media Player on Windows PC, you’d better convert MKV to Windows Media Player compatible format. To achieve this, you can make use of Brorsoft Video Converter. reply


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