How can I fix C00D199F error code when trying to burn a CD with Windows Media player.

Original title: How can I fix C00D199F error code

Error message when trying to burn a cd with Windows Media Player

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Hello

1. what version of Windows Media Player do you use?

2. the specific issue of burning CD using WMP?

3. What is the exact full error message?

4. what you are trying to burn?

5. is the specific question on the disk?

Method 1: You can run the fixit available in the link below and

Your CD or DVD drive cannot read or write media

http://support.Microsoft.com/GP/cd_dvd_drive_problems/en-us?EntryPoint=lightbox

Method 2: Clean the disc

Clean the CD or the DVD. To do this, use a disc cleaning kit. Or gently wipe the silver side of the disc with a soft and Lint cotton cloth. Do not use cloth of paper which can scratch the plastic and leave streaks. When you clean the disc, wipe from the center of the disc outward. Do not use a circular motion. If the problem persists, clean the disc with a damp cloth or a commercial CD or DVD cleaning solution. Dry the disc thoroughly until you insert the disc in the drive.

Select a slower recording speed and check if that helps.

1. in the Tools menu, click Options, and then click the devices tab.
2. in devices, double-click the CD burner, and then click the recording tab.
3. in the write speed list, select a slower speed.

Method 3:

Perform the clean boot and check:

 

http://support.Microsoft.com/kb/310353

Follow the above article.


If you have any third party installed a CD/DVD burning software, uninstall them temporarily for Add / Remove Programs. Subsequently, check if you are able to burn CDs in Windows Media Player.

Reference: Burn your own custom CDs

Hope the above information is helpful.

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