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I have several mpeg files that I created using a TV Tuner. I have played them several times with no problems.
For some reason, I can't play some of them now. I get this error message-

"Windows Media Player cannot play the file. The file is either corrupt or the Player does not support the format you are trying to play."

When I click on "More Information", I get this- 0xC00D1199: Cannot play the file

I was using Windows Media Player 10. I rolled back to 9 and I am still having the same problem.

I tried using some other players and still could not get it to play.

again, some of my files still play fine... some do not.

Also, I downloaded some mpegs and the same problem happens, so it is not just on files I created.

I am using XP SP2
Pentium 4 2.4 GHz
1.00 GB of RAM

can anyone help? thanks in advance.
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(Source: MSCE)

Here is what fixed mine after SP2 messed it up....

Go to Tools > Options and then the Devices tab
left click on Speakers and choose Properties
Changed the "Audio device to use:" from Default to the other in the drop
down box.

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