Problems with the Codec. files on Windows Media Player .wmv
I'm unable to play on Windows Media Player .wmv files. He says that I don't have the right codec installed on my computer. What can I do?
This must be different. Rest assured that we would do our best to help you.
Please answer the following questions that would help us provide a better solution.
1 are you facing the issue only with wmv files?
2 have you made changes on the computer before this problem?
3. are you able to play .wmv records in a different music player?
4. What is the full/exact error you get when you try to play a .wmv files?
I suggest you to try the steps in the following Microsoft article and check if this may help.
Run the troubleshooter in Windows Media Player and check if that helps.
Open the troubleshooter in the Windows Media Player settings:
Download and install the plug-in in wmp.
Plug-ins for Windows Media Player: http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/player/plugins.aspx
Note: using third-party software, including hardware drivers can cause serious problems that may prevent your computer from starting properly. Microsoft cannot guarantee that problems resulting from the use of third-party software can be solved. Use a third party software is at your own risk.
To learn more about codecs to consult the following link:
Codecs: Frequently asked questions
If you have any questions do not hesitate to answer, we would be happy to help.
I wonder if anyone is familiar with this type of problem with the help of a Windows Media Player for DVD videos.
I came across a problem with my dvd on my laptop drive. The program that I use on my laptop is Media player from Windows. And the laptop will recognize the DVD and everything, but when it starts to play, it gives me this message from Windows Media Player: "Windows Media Player cannot play video DVDs. You may need to adjust your Windows display settings. Open display settings in Control Panel, and then try to lower your screen resolution and color quality settings. »
Now I always use the old Windows XP for my laptop, but I can't seem to understand how to adjust the color quality and lower my screen resolution. Does anyone have a little step by step process that I could follow to do this?
> I ran into a problem with my dvd on my laptop drive.
> The program that I use on my laptop is Media player from Windows. And the
> laptop will recognize the DVD and everything, but when it starts to play
> gives me this message Windows Media Player: 'Windows Media Player '.
> can't read DVD-video. You may need to adjust your Windows screen
> settings. Open display settings in Control Panel and try again
ring your screen resolution and color quality settings. »
> Now, I still use the old Windows XP for my laptop, but I can't
> seem to figure out how to adjust the color quality and lower my screen
> resolution. No matter which deals a little step by step I have
> could follow to do this?
The problem is that Windows XP does not play DVD movies in native mode. You can
have a DVD player, but it can only read DATA DVD at this time. In the order
install a DVD codec to read video DVD discs. First we will
Install this program from Microsoft and run it, and if you have a DVD
Codec, it will appear in the display window. Download this program from
If it shows that you don't have a codec DVD installed, then you can
buy one on one of the links on this page:
Windows XP Pro SP3
The problem "your current security settings do not allow this action" when I want to open the swf file in Windows Media Player.
How to solve the problem when I want to open the swf file in windows media player? There, half year, when I click on a swf file, it could automatically play in Windows Media Player.
Now when I want to open a SWF with Windows Media Player, it pops up a window "your current security settings do not allow this action".
How to use watch the video in Windows Media Player swf?
SWF is a file format for multimedia, vector graphics and Action Script in the Adobe Flash environment. Origin with future Wave Software, then transferred to Macromedia and then coming under the control of Adobe, SWF files can contain animations or applets of varying degrees of interactivity and function.
SWF functions as the dominant vector "animation" on the Web for graphics display format. It can also be used for programs, games by browser commonly, using ActionScript.
I suggest open he file in Internet Explorer and check to see if you encounter the same problem.
You can also try reinstalling Flash Player on the system to fix the problem.
To uninstall a program in Windows 7 refer to the link below
Once you uninstall Flash Player reinstall rear and check to see if you encounter the same issue.
To download the latest version of Flash player refer to the link below
Once you download Flash Player see the link below to install a program downloaded in Windows 7.
Conflict of video with the latest version of Windows Media Player
I am running Windows MCE 2005 on a HP Pavilion zd8000 and got a pop up notice upgrade to the latest version of Windows Media Player. After that, my laptop screen has white screen. When re-starting the work screen find and seems normal, until she founded the office, after which it goes white screen. Tried to do a Windows repair disk, but he's not 40 minutes into it. I'm dead in the water. Help.
This page shows how to solve the problems of driver with Device Manager: http://kb.wisc.edu/helpdesk/page.php?id=502
Your problem could also be the result of incorrect display settings. Those fastening is also explained it (last section).
Opposite problem with image by image in Windows Media Player 11
I use Windows Media Player 11 and cannot reverse frame by frame after playing any type of media files (avi, wmv, etc.). The button appears gray. It advances frame by frame at 60 fps, and I need to do the same thing in reverse. Is there something wrong with the files, my player or another problem?
· Were there recent changes made on the computer before the show?
I suggest you to refer to this article and check if it helps.
Change playback speed in Windows Media Player
Cannot read the CD in the CD/DVD drive after having burned the audio files in Windows Media Player
I burned an audio cd with windows media player, it works on my computer but not on a cd player (I tried several players). Any ideas what I could do wrong?
Original title: Windows Media Player
Please check the format to which the disk was burned. If the drive is made to a data disc format, several readers of cd or dvd will not be able to read its contents. In order for a disc in a cd player, it must be created in a format supporting by the player, which varies according to different manufacturers.
Please see the following link
Burn a CD or DVD in Windows Media Player
Cannot change the location of the RIP file in Windows Media Player after losing Windows Home Server
I got my place to rip on my windows-based server that had catestrophic failure. So I went to another WHS that I have. But since then, I could not change the location of the file rip in my Media Player.
It seems that the problem is that it fails to find the location of the old server, gone, when I switch to tab EXTRACT music in WMP options. I say this because it take a long time to draw only a tab. And when I click the button change under music Rip to this place, it does nothing. I get no errors, but nothing happens. It is as if I never pressed the button. There is no delay or anything. And I can go and do other things immediately.
How can I convince Media Player than the location should not be verified so I can put a new location to rip music to?
Thanks for the reply. I tried the steps you recommended. But unfortunately, it has not changed the problem.
However, she, it was pretty clear that something of the old MSS was always in the way. You could tell by the delay that made the selection of menu. So I went in MP, to organize - manage the music library. And sure enough, still listed as the default location is the old MSS. I've selected and tap on delete. Without delay, he removed and automatically changed the default location to a local drive. Problem solved! Now I can put my location of rip at ESM again and all is well again.
Thanks again for your help.
Why NOT write the TAG ID information for the associated file? Windows Media Player 12
I don't like iTunes and WMP12 looks worse. Here's my problem...I edit the media information (sing or film etc...) by changing some information tag - track number, title etc... Even when I select "Apply media information changes" in the "menu to organize the information of the tag does not change when I watch it by clicking the file and selecting Properties." What gives? I won't waste my time making sure that everything is organized and labeled correctly just so that WMP not attached this information in a file. What worries me is that when I import the songs to another PC then all these information is lost.For example, I change the title of the track (you will need to change the title of the track, so WMP it sorts correctly because it does not support CD # in a multiple-CD box set)CD1 Title track 1CD1 Title track 2...CD2 Title track 1CD2 Title track 2...When I look at the file - nothing changes - UG!
It sounds just like my question, so yesterday, I created a thread. I understand that it's quite old but thought if someone clicks on this thread, I might as well try and provide a response.
Organize > options > privacy > (uncheck) Update music files by retrieving the news media on the internet
I hope this helps!
Can the deleted files in Windows Media Player 11, I synchronize back to Sony Walkman?
I accidentally deleted my files in WMP 11. How can I synchronize their return from my Sony Walkman?
Windows 32 home
Laptop computer Gatewaw MX6214
· What is the model number of the walkman?
You can copy music from walkman to computer files by connecting it as a storage device. See the link below: transfer music using Windows Explorer: http://esupport.sony.com/docs/portable/NWZE353-E354-E355/4192093111/eng/contents/02/03/01/01.html
(Copy the contents in the folder music walkman in windows Explorer)
Impossible to play .wma files in Windows Media Player 12 and error C00D11B1... Windows 7
Operating system: Windows 7 Professional
> When you try to play the .wma file, get error "Windows Media Player has encountered a.
problem reading file. »
> Web help got the error 'Windows Media Player C00D11B1 ".
1. turn off Windows Media Player, programs and features > features windows and
turned back on.
2. rename the folder "C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\DRM" DRM
3. upgrade the DRM components of
4 uninstall the Nero 7 Ultra Edition.
5. check the registry entry "HKLM\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\DRM" cannot find the key for
export the key of the machine of work based on windows 7.
6. run the troubleshooter for windows media player settings.
7 play the same .wma file through the network on the laptop... able to play very well.
8 registered the dll files to Windows Media Player
9 uninstall KB974431 update
10. run the troubleshooter again for the Windows Media Player library
11 run the inplace Upgrade - same question.
12. copied any new file .wma from work computer... able to play this file very well.
13 RIP new cd to the format of .wma on the computer... able to RIP but not able to play
the ripped file.
14 rip to .MP3, able to rip music well and able to play too thin.
15. update DRM components again after you run the Inplace upgrade.
16. new user account.
18 unchecked Audio enhancements of Panel > Sound > playback > Speakers > Advanced tab
Varun J Hi,.
This question comes to be a problem with the drivers of its updated map THROUGH as soon as we are updating the drivers from the sound card, we are not able to play the files with licenses .wma, but if uninstall us the drivers newly installed and restart the computer to get the old drivers working again and now able to play the same files .wma fine without problems.
Thanks for the help anyway.
Problem with the playback of an audio .asx file in Windows Media Player.
I'm not able to play an audio .asx file in Windows Media Player on the Windows Vista-based computer.
I get the following in a pop-up error message:
Windows Media Player cannot play the file because the specified protocol is not supported. If you typed a URL in the open URL dialog box, try using a different transport protocol (for example, "http:" or "rtsp:").
My email address is * address email is removed from the privacy *
Hello1. facing this problem with the .asx format?
2. you remember to make changes to the system?
3. where is the file?Error message: "Windows Media Player cannot play the file because the specified protocol is not supported. If you typed a URL in the open URL dialog box, try using a different transport protocol (for example, "http:" or "rtsp:"). »Windows Media Player cannot play the file because the specified protocol is not supported by the player or not supported by the server.If you encountered this error by clicking a link on a Web page, the link isn't valid.If you encountered this error by typing a URL in the open URL dialog, try opening the file using a different transport protocol (for example, "http:" or "rtsp:").The following is a list of protocols supported by the player and the correct URL syntax examples:
(a) MMS://serveur/nom_fichier (for example, a file with a .wma, .wmv, .asf, or .mp3 extension)
(d) mms://server/sami.asf? SAMI = http://server/sami/sami_demo.smi (SAMI file)If the Player supports the protocol you used in the URL and you can't always read the content, check that the drive is configured to use all of its supported protocols.To configure the protocol settings
(a) in the Player Windows Media, on the Tools menu, click Options.
(b) in the Options dialog box, on the tab of network in the Streaming protocols area, select all the checkboxes (Multicast, UDP, TCP, and HTTP) Protocol, so that a check mark appears in each.
(c) note that the supported protocols can be used only to distribute digital media files. Windows Media Player cannot be used as a browser.If the fixes above don't work, you can rename the folder of information network for the drive so that it can rebuild its information network files after restarting it.To rename the folder of information networking of player.
(a) close Windows Media Player. (To do this, on the file menu, click on exit).(b) to make the changes that you will be able to see the hidden files and folders
Show hidden files.
http://Windows.Microsoft.com/en-us/Windows-Vista/Show-hidden-files(c) click Start, and then click computer.
(d) open the disc drive Local (c :)), open to users.
(d) open your user account.
(e) open %APPDATA%\microsoft\windows\sendto and open Local.
(f) open Microsoft and open Windows Media.
(g) click on the file and rename it.
(h) if the file is name12.0, edit as file name as old 12.
(i) restart the computer and check
I can view is no longer the video files to the format AVCHD using Windows Media Player on my desktop
I can view is no longer the video files to the format AVCHD using Windows Media Player on my desktop.
I could at some point... but now all I get is audio, no video. The files open and work on
my laptop that also uses Windows Media Player... but for some reason now... nadda. Seemed
This all started when I upgraded Windows more late service CAP and also installed Real Player.
- What version of Windows are you using?
1. it is possible that you are missing the codec to play the file or it is clashing with other codec files.
2. the link provided below lists supported by Windows Media Player file format.
It does not list the AVCHD or. MTS files supported file format directly:
3. yet we cannot be sure at this point that the issue is due to interference with some files.
Alternatively, you can perform a restore of the system to a previous point, when the issue was not present. The System Restore tool uses points of restore to return the system files and settings to an earlier point in time. You can use it to restore the operating system to a point in time where you have not experienced the problem.
Note: When you use System restore to restore the computer to a previous state, programs and updates that you have installed are removed.
To do this, there must be a restore point from the system in which the connection was successful.
Please refer to the below of the help links on performing a system restore.
You can determine which codec was used with a specific file; read the file in the player, if possible. When the file is playing, right-click the file in the library, and then click Properties. On thefile tab, look at the Audio codec and Video codec sections.
Then you can uninstall any installed codec and install that you need to do the job file.
If you have several codec for the single file to work they can clash and cause problems.
You can check the link for assistance on the issue - below
Problem with the mixer Volume of Windows: no longer shows the green bars for the application
Sorry for my bad English, but it is not my mother language: s
I have a PC with Windows Vista Ultimate SP2 x 32 with this issue: the volume mixer show me the green bar (indicating the volume level) for the speakers and not for other applications like windows media player, for example.
Perhaps this screen explains more: http://img11.imageshack.us/img11/4538/immaginevfo.jpg
I hope someone can help me (if someone understands how I speak English: S)
Thanks for posting your question on the Forums of Windows Vista.
I need more information to help you better.
1. What is the brand and model of the card its installed on the computer?
2 - is the first time you encounter the problem?
For single channel sound cards, you will only be able to see the green bar for Master Volume control and not for other applications such as Windows Media Player.
Controls on other applications are given to control the volume of the special request regarding the Master Volume control.
For example, if you scroll the bar to set the Master Volume to 100% and then play a music file in Windows Media Player. You can try to open the mixer Volume and increase/decrease the volume for Windows Media Player, you will notice that the master control will set the green bar accordingly and don't let not the green bar to cross the bar of the Windows Media Player.
If you disable the control Volume for Windows Media Player, it will automatically make the green bar will disappear from the Master Volume control.
However, if you have several applications running on the machine at the same time and using the sound card, you can try to change the levels on different controls to see the effect.
With several cards his channel as sound blasters, it would be possible to see the green bar on individual applications also.
Hope the information will help. Please post back and we do know
Thank you & best regards
Ashish Gupta - Microsoft Support
Calm sea never make skillful sailors!
Problem with the executable files
Hello all, I need a help from you...
I use LV 2009 SP1 Professional Development Suite on Windows Seven and I have a problem with the executable files, a problem that I have ever found with other versions of LV (8.x, for example) and I'm a little surprised...
In the attachment you will find an example of what I mean.
There are two base screws, the main one (prova) and a Subvi (provasubvi). The main vi launches the Subvi and the Subvi simply create a chart. As you can see on the screws works fine, without any kind of problem.
I also created the exe file, without specifying that no particular option... and 'magic' of the application does not work as I want. In particular, it seems that the Subvi is running, but the front panel will not be accessible.
I also try to play with the Subvi construction structure and options, but nothing change.
Did you ever solve something like that?... I would say that I thank you in advance for any suggestion...
Looking at your project I've heard that you do not include the Subvi during the build of the project. SO I slightly modified. Please find the attachments.
Thank you and best regards,
When you try to open an AVI file in Windows Media Player, the audio plays, but no picture.
When you try to open an AVI file in Windows Media Player, the audio plays, but no picture. What is the problem and how can I solve this problem?
Your computer can correct the code for AVI video. Download and install K-lite code pack can solve the problem. K-lite code Pack is free and safe, and it includes almost every video code and audio code.
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