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Media Player gets Error Oxc0000001d


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scottportraits

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August 13, 2007

Hello Again,

I am having trouble playing some of the .avi movie files downloaded off the internet on Windows Media Player.
Get an error Oxc0000001d message....don't know what that is.

If it's virtual memory, I increased my paging file to twice my RAM. If it's a component of Windows Media Player, or a plug-in, I am in the dark here because the updater says I have the complete player. A little DivX icon appears in the tray trying to open these files. Maybe there's other add-ons I need to play some of these movies....they also fail to play on my DivX player, too.
Should I uninstall and re-install the media players ??

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Do you want to double check that error message? Nothing shows up on it in Google.
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Aug 14 '07

Then it must be Oxc000000ld, with a lower-case 'L', not a '1' (one).
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Oxc000000ld isn't a valid error number so far as Media Player goes.

So all I can suggest is if you're not running the latest Media Player 11, then upgrade to it from the Windows Update site. Usually upgrades fix issues with Media Player.
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