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Old 12-28-2006
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Memory error when attempting to play a DVD
I am having a problem with playing certain DVDs on my computer. I'm currently
running Windows Vista Ultimate RC1. I have at the very minimum 770MB of free
physical memory. I get an error message thay say this: Your computer is
running low on memory, quit other programs and try again.

The error code is C00D11C6 but there is no information available at this
time about that error. I thought maybe updating my CD/DVD drive firmware, but
my drive is listed as a generic device under device manager. Could this be
one of many RC1 flaws or is there another problem I'm not aware of?

Any help would be greatly appreciated, I paid good money for a media center
PC, and now I can't play DVDs. Although, some do work, but most don't. Thanks
in advance!

Also, no games seem to work on my computer, which bothers me due to the fact
that I purchased a gaming video card.
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Old 12-31-2006
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Your codec may have expired
Try turning the clock back to test if this is the case by a month.

Its a real pain in the ass

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RE: Your codec may have expired
That could be a possibility, but I have since had my tuner crash. After
reinstallation MCE wouldn't see the tuner. I decided to just go back to XPMCE
until I get my copy of the release version of Vista. Thank you for your help.
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