I get the C00D109B error every time i try to play certain songs on WMP. how do i solve this?

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i have had the same error with some songs i downloaded. i tried to play them, and on every media playing program they would not open. what codec or codecs do i need to solve this problem? ive downloaded MPEG LAYER 3 audio codecs, because thats what the kind of file it was, but none of them worked. reply

What exactly is the format of the song? If you’re not sure, use a diagnostic tool like gspot (http://www.headbands.com/gspot) or avicodec (http://avicodec.duby.info) reply


i need codec cood109b,my WMP can’t play streaming radio of the net keep clicking on the link then my WMP says i need one or more codecs reply


Guide To Error C00D1199 In Windows Media Player

Error C00D1199 or Unsupported Format means little to nothing in terms of a single fix and doesn’t always really mean that you are trying to play an unsupported format. The fix for this will greatly depend on what you are doing when you get the error along with your system configuration.

General Information

* Windows Media Player Multimedia File Formats - Check to see if you are trying to play a support format.
* If you are trying to play a supported format then keep reading. Below is some common information for supported file formats.

Supported File Formats Help

* AVI Help & Information
* MPEG Help & Information
* MP3 Help & Information
* ASF Help & Information (Hardware Created)
* MIDI Help & Information | Additional Help
* WMA/WMV Help & Information (WM9 Content may produce this error on older versions. Install the 9 Series Codecís to fix that)
* Streaming Video/Audio Help and Information, ASX File Information

More Help

* In some cases people have run into this error when the wrong audio device is selected in WMP. Tools | Options | Devices | Speakers | Properties will allow you to change it.
* Itís a good idea to update and/or reinstall your Sound Card and Video Card drivers. Along with DirectX when you are getting this error.
* Another good troubleshooting step is to try and play your content in Windows Media Player 6.4 which is on your system. To access it go to Start | Run | Type mplayer2.exe.
* Any attachments from e-mail’s should always be saved to your hard drive before attempting to play them in Windows Media Player. Depending on your e-mail client this can be done in many ways, check with your provider for more. Remember that it must be a supported file type after you download the attachmnet to be able to play it in Windows Media Player. reply


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