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Windows Media player 9 (video streaming error)

Hi all

trying to stream media but get the following error!

content is being streamed from a network webserver (media streams on colleagues laptop)

OS is windows XP sp2

0xC00D1197: Cannot play the file

Error ID = 0xC00D1197, Condition ID = 0x00000000

thanks
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Stuart Stout
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dovcampCommented:
Here is a solution from Microsoft:

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;840227

BTW, you'd probably be better off posting this type of question in the Windows XP topic.

Dov
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Stuart StoutProject managerAuthor Commented:
Dov

I have found this fix and ran the update with no sucess.

still have the error.

any help greatly received.

Stuart
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dovcampCommented:
I'll see what else I can find.  BTW, did you try downloading the video to your local computer and playing it from there?  

Also, do you know if your collegue has his Windows XP firewall turned on.  You may want to have him temporarily disable his firewall and see if that makes a difference.
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fredshovelCommented:
Are you streaming with an embedded player or trying to sporn the local player. A bit more info needed on whether your hyperlink can find your asf file etc.
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Stuart StoutProject managerAuthor Commented:
It is a stream of the live world cup football games from a company iis server. it plays DVD and CD media fine. just seems to be a streaming problem.

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NerdxCommented:
Dear chuckie1,

Try do the following:

Start -> Run -> Enter the following (one after another):
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regsvr32 msdxm.ocx
regsvr32 dxmasf.dll
regsvr32 wmp.dll
regsvr32 wmpdxm.dll
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If you find that this doesn't work, try uninstalling DivX and Google Toolbar (if they are installed). Then re-install DivX without the Google Toolbar and it should work. The Google toolbar messes around with the settings some reason, this is the solution that most people found worked.

Hope this helps/works - GL

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Here2HelpCommented:
Hey.

You could upgrade to Media Player 10, MP11 is in beta stage but you could try that if you wanted.

http://www.microsoft.com/windows/windowsmedia/mp10/default.aspx
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NerdxCommented:
Glad you found my solution worked for you :)

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