The Web Help button on WMP's Error dialog may have been illuminative... the
URL it takes you to will contain two HRESULT codes which can be useful.
Since you're saying this is "ASF", and most tools haven't generally produced
"ASF" (a superset of WMV) for years, I'm strongly suspicious of where this
file came from. If you ever have a sample file you can put up somewhere,
I'll run it through something along the lines of ASFView at the least. =\
[For most purposes, WMV covers all of what you'd actually want.]
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"Alex" <Alex@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> There is no apparent reason why one file will play back and the next
> iqual file from same source won't. Have got error message about file type
> codec. Obviously not applicable since it supports .asf and the same codecs
> have played in other files. Also got to Error C00D1199 but can't find
> in its breakdown that seems to apply. The files were recorded from
> My OS is Vista Premium and for all it is worth the card is NVidia.
> The one item I can't understand is the suggestion that I may be trying to
> play a multipart file and should combine them into one using a
> Can anybody help?