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  1. 80040241: Cannot perform the requested action
    Windows Media Player cannot perform the requested action. You might encounter this error message for one of the following reasons: This error is usually given when Windows Media Player cannot recognise the file you're attempting to play, the file may require a playback splitter/filter and/or cod...

  2. 80040255: Windows Media Player does not support this file type
    This error is usually given when Windows Media Player cannot recognise the file type you're attempting to play, the file may require a playback splitter/filter and/or special player.

  3. 80041002: Cannot find the license for this file
    Windows Media Player cannot find the license for this file. The license might have been deleted or might have become corrupted.

    If you have backup copies of your licenses, you can restore them, and then try playing the file again.

    If you do not have backup copies of your licenses, you ...


  4. 8007001F: Cannot perform the requested operation
    Windows Media Player cannot perform the requested operation. You might encounter this error message for one of the following reasons: There is a problem with the computer hardware. For example, the hard disk might be damaged, disconnected, or not formatted. The file you attempted to play is be...

  5. 80070037: Cannot find the file
    Windows Media Player cannot find the file. If you typed a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) in the Open URL dialog box, ensure that the file name is spelled correctly and the path to the file is correct, and then try again.

    If you clicked a link on a Web page, the link might not be valid....


  6. 800704C7: Requested action was canceled
    Windows Media Player cannot perform the requested action because you chose to cancel it.

    For example, if you were trying to play a protected file that required you to download a license, this error message might appear if you cancel the license acquisition process before it is completed.


  7. 800704CF: Cannot find the file
    Windows Media Player cannot find the file. If you typed a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) in the Open URL dialog box, ensure that the file name is spelled correctly and the path to the file is correct, and then try again.

    If you clicked a link on a Web page, the link might not be valid.


  8. 80070716: Cannot display a skin
    Windows Media Player encountered a problem with the current or most recently used skin. To resolve the problem: Right-click the Player, and then click Switch to Full Mode. Click Skin Chooser, and then double-click a different skin (such as Classic). Right-click the Player, and then click Swi...

  9. 800C000D: The specified protocol is not supported
    Windows Media Player does not support the protocol you are using to access the file. If you clicked a link on a Web page and received this error message, the link might not be valid. If you typed an Internet address and received this error message, ensure that you are using a protocol supported by W...

  10. 800C2EE2: Operation timed out
    Windows Media Player cannot connect to a required server due to a network problem. You might encounter this error message for the following reasons: You are trying to play protected content (for example, music that you downloaded from a music service such as Napster or Music Now) and your Intern...

  11. C00D000F: The server has no more connections available
    Windows Media Player cannot connect to the server that has the file you want to play because the server is not allowing any new connections. Try again later.

  12. C00D001F: Cannot find the file
    Windows Media Player cannot find the file. If you typed a Uniform Resource Locator (URL) in the Open URL dialog box, ensure that the file name is spelled correctly and the path to the file is correct, and then try again.

    If you clicked a link on a Web page, the link might not be valid.
    ...


  13. C00D07F1: Your network may not be set up to handle a live broadcast connection
    When Windows Media Player tries to connect to a live broadcast and does not receive a response within 20 seconds, it cancels the connection attempt. This usually indicates either: Your network is not configured to handle a multicast connection. The live broadcast you are attempting to connect ...

  14. C00D07F2: Your network may not be set up to handle a live broadcast connection
    When Windows Media Player tries to connect to a live broadcast and does not receive a response within 20 seconds, it cancels the connection attempt. This usually indicates either: Your network is not configured to handle a multicast connection. The live broadcast you are attempting to connect ...

  15. C00D080D: File is corrupted
    Windows Media Player cannot open the file because the file is corrupted. You might encounter this error message for one of the following reasons: The file was modified by another program in a manner that the Player does not support. The file was partially downloaded and saved in an incomplete ...

  16. C00D0BBB: Cannot perform the requested action
    Windows Media Player cannot perform the requested action. If you received this message after trying to play a .dvr-ms file (such as a Microsoft Recorded TV Show file created by the Personal Video Recorder (PVR) in Windows XP Media Center Edition), your computer might not be configured to play this t...

  17. C00D0BC1: Cannot perform the requested operation
    Windows Media Player cannot perform the requested operation. You might encounter this error message for one of the following reasons: The file you are trying to play is protected with a license that prohibits this operation. You are attempting to play a .dvr-ms file that was recorded on anothe...

  18. C00D0BC2: Cannot play the file
    Windows Media Player cannot play the file because the required audio codec is not installed on your computer. You might encounter this error message for one of the following reasons: The Player is not configured to download codecs automatically. To configure the Player to download codecs automat...

  19. C00D0BC8: Cannot play the file
    Windows Media Player cannot play the file because the required video codec is not installed on your computer. You might encounter this error message for one of the following reasons: The Player is not configured to download codecs automatically. To configure the Player to download codecs automat...

  20. C00D0BCE: Cannot copy files to recordable disc
    Windows Media Player cannot copy 8-bit files to a recordable disc, such as a CD. You must convert them to 16-bit, 44-kHz files first. You can use the Sound Recorder feature in the Windows operating system to do this. For more information about using Sound Recorder, see Windows Help.

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