the easy way is to download divfix
click the green arrow pointing down to start downloading,once downloaded unzip and install,once installed open divfix open what you want to fix i.e a movie and simply click rebuild index wait a minute and it will pop up on your desktop as a divfix file.
by doing this you can still run your movie useing windows movie player.
this is the link dunno why i put that crap around it on the post up anyway this will allways fix problems todo with codecs and windows midia player
is all you need stop posting and just read this one here is the link
when installed just open your movie in divfix
and rebuild the index and thats it you will have a vid file on descktop or were ever you save it called divfix-movie then just play that through windows media player thats all it willl work i have had loads of these code errors and it works
post back and say thanks because i know it will work :) happy watching
Thankyou so much for that I have been trying to work this problem out and nothing i did worked I downloaded the VLC player and it worked straight away, again thanks
hi..... having peoblem with C00D1199?????? u can solve ur problem by downloding this VLC media player...... it’s differen to the others, but it works..... all the best.... enjoy ur movie..... bye... www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/win/27193
Hello I’m french ! and I have a bad new for you !
This error (cood119) is impossible to resolve. It signifie that you have download a “fake” file.
This is a file witch is corupt !
The only solution is to download a new version of this file !
Really? Had this happen with mp3 files just now (May 24, 2006). Got the mp3 files to play after using dbpowerAmp 9 to convert the mp3 files into (get this) mp3 files (in a different directory) using the LAME encoder. So, that theory is debunked. Next!
RE: “hi..... having peoblem with C00D1199?????? u can solve ur problem by downloding this VLC media player...... itís differen to the others, but it works..... all the best.... enjoy ur movie..... bye... www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/win/27193”
=> Man, this does not work at all... hence.. the error might be cause by an invalid *.avi, have you thought about that?? got a solution for those who’ve been facing the “C00D1199”. Tryin another rip will make it work for sure..