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Windows Media Player 10 error

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Recently I have been getting this error when I try to play any videos "error C00D11D1 - there maybe a problem with your sound or video device"

A quick run down of my PC is a Compaq, Windows Media Center Edition, AMD 3500+, 1gig ram, 250gig hard drive, Creative Sound Blaster Live! card, Gigabyte Nvidia GeForce 6600GT video card. I have the recent updates for Windows, the sound and video cards. I dont know what else to do. I have all the codecs I should need. MP3s still work find but videos do not. I am not sure but this might have started after I got the Rollup 2 update, but I dont know. Anyone who has an idea of something to try let me know.
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i've found one or two references to uninstalling/reinstalling wmp, your sound card and video card drivers..
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