Media player error C00D11AB
Posted 29 January 2006 - 12:39 PM
Posted 30 January 2006 - 11:21 AM
This issue usually occurs because there is either a problem with the CD, or not enough computer resources are available to start or complete the burn operation.
To verify that the disc is not causing the problem, make sure that it's not dirty or damaged. You might also try using a different brand of disc.
To free up computer resources for burning, first make sure that other software programs are not running, and then select a slower burn speed for your CD burner, by doing the following:
1.In Windows Media Player, on the Tools menu, click Options.
2.On the Devices tab, click the CD burner in the Devices list, and then click the Properties button.
3.In the CD burner Properties dialog box, on the Recording tab, select a lower burn speed in the write-speed list.
If none of these solutions resolve the error, try re-installing Windows Media Player again and if you are using Windows Media player 9, update to Windows Media Player 10.
If the problem persists here are some good programs you can use to do the same thing:
Easy CD-DA Extractor
I am sure that these will resolve your problem, please inform me if you have fixed the problem.
Thank you and goodluck
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