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Thank you! All my files now play. Close the Registry Editor. 7. I found your helpful post here. Source

I have right clicked the files and associated them with Windows Media Player but this does not help. In my case it went to the downloads folder. Reply ↓ Sathish on August 4, 2008 at 1:02 am said: Friends i am also facing the same problem. I was suddenly unable to play songs from my Switchfoot - Nothing Is Sound CD and was quite stressed as a result of. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_7-pictures/problem-with-drm-in-media-player-12-after-upgrade/a943d3ef-c36a-472b-9234-83a2614f3959

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Reply ↓ Jim on January 27, 2011 at 4:02 pm said: I love you frogg! Howard June 14, 2012 at 12:11 am THIS WORKS ON WINDOWS 7 X86 (NOT SURE ON OTHERS) 1. When I click the web help link, this is what the site says: Windows Media Player C00D11B1 Windows Media Player can't play the file.

this option will roll you back to the previously installed driver. 10- then click on ok and it will ask you to restart your computer . Please try the request again. I TRIED EVERY SOLUTION LISTED FROM 1-90….CAME TO 91 AND FOUND A SOLUTION THAT WORKS! Windows Media Player Encountered A Problem While Playing The File Windows 10 I have now downloaded and run the ResetDRM tool from Microsoft.

Reboot C. Windows Media Player 12 Drm Update Sound now works perfectly. PLEASE HELP!!!

If you continue to have the same problem, Microsoft’s best advice is to use the Windows 10 media creation tool to create a USB drive (or DVD).

I update sound hardware, video hardware, downloaded codecs, tried all the other misc things this forum has suggested with no avail. Fix Windows Media Player I Restored my system to a few weeks ago, but that didn't change anything. If you’re working with any Enterprise version of Windows 7 or 8.1, the upgrade isn’t free—it’s dependent on your Software Assurance license terms. The files used to play ok on both pc's but will not now play on my desktop anymore.

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Reply ↓ dman on December 9, 2007 at 4:43 pm said: I have XP and had the same error. you could check here thanks a million…… search quarts.dll first then copy to c/windows/system 32…then run the regsvr32 quartz.dll…… if it succeed then it all ok Reply ↓ Awesome-tastic, I say! Windows Media Player Encountered A Problem While Burning The File To The Disc Windows 10 Now I can play my music and movies once more! Windows Media Player 12 License Management All About Tech!

Reply ↓ Joe on October 22, 2009 at 9:43 pm said: Was unable to stream a particular online video in WMP 11( XP with SP3 and MS updates through 10/09 ) this contact form Solution: Unhide hidden system folders. I didn't try the Vista codecs based on comments from people running Vista not being fixed with it. So grateful… Reply ↓ Kath on December 29, 2007 at 6:35 pm said: #13 - thank you, thank you, thank you. Window Media Player Encountered A Problem While Playing The File

Reply 0 0 DavidPK Provost Posts: 43,757 Member Since: ‎09-24-2010 Message 7 of 51 (5,744 Views) Report Inappropriate Content Re: Windows Media Player 12 - DRM issue Options Mark as New I have even backtracked to Media player 10 (on XP Home) and still get the dreaded C00D11B1 but I have determided that copy protected will not play but unprotected will!!. I also keep seeing red X's next to my mp3 files when I attempt to play. have a peek here The link didn't work for me, the media player keeped saying "can't open file" but your suggestion about a security update make me look in "Add or Remove Programs" at the

I spent 5 hours figuring this out. Reinstall Windows Media Player Tuesday, December 18, 2012 11:52 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote wonderful! I've been struggling with this for a while now, but I changed my speaker setting and it came out awesomely.

Reply ↓ gygy on April 5, 2008 at 10:51 pm said: Thank you Mr T - you the man! (Answer 13) I used K-Lite Mega Codec Pack 3.8.5 (google it) ,

once again ty ^_^ Reply ↓ tara on November 27, 2007 at 3:05 pm said: hi all, i've read at least 10 different forums on how to solve C00D11B1. We recommend following the below instructions VERY CAREFULLY. 1. Reply ↓ Rafael on November 17, 2010 at 9:15 pm said: Thank you very much! you can fix this c00d11b1 by just downloading the codec from xvid..

Thanks! Thank you again!! hope it works for someone else. Check This Out Reply ↓ Alex on October 3, 2009 at 4:03 pm said: THXX TO #13!!!!!!

After hours of searching the internet I found an easy fix that worked: Run IE as administrator and go the the upgrade page and the button should work. Please Donate something to the creator. Reply ↓ Niagara on October 14, 2008 at 2:49 pm said: My problems started with the recent automatic updates to Vista Home Premium that seemed to take a couple of hours Chances are very good that Windows will recognize the error of its ways and not bother you again, although it may take a couple of days for the activation routine to

Keep the good work! Peter February 11, 2012 at 4:32 am RUN INTERNET EXPLORER AS ADMINISTRATOR. Reply ↓ Avann on August 30, 2009 at 8:45 pm said: Thank god this worked for me !!!! Not sure why nothing worked.

Reply ↓ Kris on October 16, 2008 at 4:02 pm said: This solution worked for me after trying all others on this site. This feature is not available right now. it worked. I just logoff and log back in after installation and WMP11 play all my AVI again….Ya!

I have tried both Vista and XP codec packs, Xvid and DivX codecs, etc. Reply ↓ metoikos on June 22, 2009 at 4:59 pm said: but mine is vista. Good Luck to you Translator. I think it was #13 the solution that was proposed for windows XP users.

Those downloaded files below 20,000KB can be played on window media player with no problem and I can also play all files sizes direct online. Charlie June 10, 2012 at 8:06 pm Yes!