[ms-erref]: Windows Error Codes Intellectual Property Rights Notice for Open Specifications Documentation



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0xC00D10D4

NS_E_WMP_ERASE_FAILED



Windows Media Player encountered a problem while erasing the disc. For additional assistance, click Web Help.

0xC00D10D5

NS_E_WMP_FORMAT_FAILED



Windows Media Player encountered a problem while formatting the device. For additional assistance, click Web Help.

0xC00D10D6

NS_E_WMP_CANNOT_BURN_NON_LOCAL_FILE



This file cannot be burned to a CD because it is not located on your computer.

0xC00D10D7

NS_E_WMP_FILE_TYPE_CANNOT_BURN_TO_AUDIO_CD



It is not possible to burn this file type to an audio CD. Windows Media Player can burn the following file types to an audio CD: WMA, MP3, or WAV.

0xC00D10D8

NS_E_WMP_FILE_DOES_NOT_FIT_ON_CD



This file is too large to fit on a disc.

0xC00D10D9

NS_E_WMP_FILE_NO_DURATION



It is not possible to determine if this file can fit on a disc because Windows Media Player cannot detect the length of the file. Playing the file before burning may enable the Player to detect the file length.

0xC00D10DA

NS_E_PDA_FAILED_TO_BURN



Windows Media Player encountered a problem while burning the file to the disc. For additional assistance, click Web Help.

0xC00D10DC

NS_E_FAILED_DOWNLOAD_ABORT_BURN



Windows Media Player cannot burn the audio CD because some items in the list that you chose to buy could not be downloaded from the online store.

0xC00D10DD

NS_E_WMPCORE_DEVICE_DRIVERS_MISSING



Windows Media Player cannot play the file. Try using Windows Update or Device Manager to update the device drivers for your audio and video cards. For information about using Windows Update or Device Manager, see Windows Help.

0xC00D1126

NS_E_WMPIM_USEROFFLINE



Windows Media Player has detected that you are not connected to the Internet. Connect to the Internet, and then try again.

0xC00D1127

NS_E_WMPIM_USERCANCELED



The attempt to connect to the Internet was canceled.

0xC00D1128

NS_E_WMPIM_DIALUPFAILED



The attempt to connect to the Internet failed.

0xC00D1129

NS_E_WINSOCK_ERROR_STRING



Windows Media Player has encountered an unknown network error.

0xC00D1130

NS_E_WMPBR_NOLISTENER



No window is currently listening to Backup and Restore events.

0xC00D1131

NS_E_WMPBR_BACKUPCANCEL



Your media usage rights were not backed up because the backup was canceled.

0xC00D1132

NS_E_WMPBR_RESTORECANCEL



Your media usage rights were not restored because the restoration was canceled.

0xC00D1133

NS_E_WMPBR_ERRORWITHURL



An error occurred while backing up or restoring your media usage rights. A required web page cannot be displayed.

0xC00D1134

NS_E_WMPBR_NAMECOLLISION



Your media usage rights were not backed up because the backup was canceled.

0xC00D1137

NS_E_WMPBR_DRIVE_INVALID



Windows Media Player cannot restore your media usage rights from the specified location. Choose another location, and then try again.

0xC00D1138

NS_E_WMPBR_BACKUPRESTOREFAILED



Windows Media Player cannot backup or restore your media usage rights.

0xC00D1158

NS_E_WMP_CONVERT_FILE_FAILED



Windows Media Player cannot add the file to the library.

0xC00D1159

NS_E_WMP_CONVERT_NO_RIGHTS_ERRORURL



Windows Media Player cannot add the file to the library because the content provider prohibits it. For assistance, contact the company that provided the file.

0xC00D115A

NS_E_WMP_CONVERT_NO_RIGHTS_NOERRORURL



Windows Media Player cannot add the file to the library because the content provider prohibits it. For assistance, contact the company that provided the file.

0xC00D115B

NS_E_WMP_CONVERT_FILE_CORRUPT



Windows Media Player cannot add the file to the library. The file might not be valid.

0xC00D115C

NS_E_WMP_CONVERT_PLUGIN_UNAVAILABLE_ERRORURL



Windows Media Player cannot add the file to the library. The plug-in required to add the file is not installed properly. For assistance, click Web Help to display the website of the company that provided the file.

0xC00D115D

NS_E_WMP_CONVERT_PLUGIN_UNAVAILABLE_NOERRORURL



Windows Media Player cannot add the file to the library. The plug-in required to add the file is not installed properly. For assistance, contact the company that provided the file.

0xC00D115E

NS_E_WMP_CONVERT_PLUGIN_UNKNOWN_FILE_OWNER



Windows Media Player cannot add the file to the library. The plug-in required to add the file is not installed properly. For assistance, contact the company that provided the file.

0xC00D1160

NS_E_DVD_DISC_COPY_PROTECT_OUTPUT_NS



Windows Media Player cannot play this DVD. Try installing an updated driver for your video card or obtaining a newer video card.

0xC00D1161

NS_E_DVD_DISC_COPY_PROTECT_OUTPUT_FAILED



This DVD's resolution exceeds the maximum allowed by your component video outputs. Try reducing your screen resolution to 640 x 480, or turn off analog component outputs and use a VGA connection to your monitor.

0xC00D1162

NS_E_DVD_NO_SUBPICTURE_STREAM



Windows Media Player cannot display subtitles or highlights in DVD menus. Reinstall the DVD decoder or contact the DVD drive manufacturer to obtain an updated decoder.

0xC00D1163

NS_E_DVD_COPY_PROTECT



Windows Media Player cannot play this DVD because there is a problem with digital copy protection between your DVD drive, decoder, and video card. Try installing an updated driver for your video card.

0xC00D1164

NS_E_DVD_AUTHORING_PROBLEM



Windows Media Player cannot play the DVD. The disc was created in a manner that the Player does not support.

0xC00D1165

NS_E_DVD_INVALID_DISC_REGION



Windows Media Player cannot play the DVD because the disc prohibits playback in your region of the world. You must obtain a disc that is intended for your geographic region.

0xC00D1166

NS_E_DVD_COMPATIBLE_VIDEO_CARD



Windows Media Player cannot play the DVD because your video card does not support DVD playback.

0xC00D1167

NS_E_DVD_MACROVISION



Windows Media Player cannot play this DVD because it is not possible to turn on analog copy protection on the output display. Try installing an updated driver for your video card.

0xC00D1168

NS_E_DVD_SYSTEM_DECODER_REGION



Windows Media Player cannot play the DVD because the region assigned to your DVD drive does not match the region assigned to your DVD decoder.

0xC00D1169

NS_E_DVD_DISC_DECODER_REGION



Windows Media Player cannot play the DVD because the disc prohibits playback in your region of the world. You must obtain a disc that is intended for your geographic region.

0xC00D116A

NS_E_DVD_NO_VIDEO_STREAM



Windows Media Player cannot play DVD video. You might need to adjust your Windows display settings. Open display settings in Control Panel, and then try lowering your screen resolution and color quality settings.

0xC00D116B

NS_E_DVD_NO_AUDIO_STREAM



Windows Media Player cannot play DVD audio. Verify that your sound card is set up correctly, and then try again.

0xC00D116C

NS_E_DVD_GRAPH_BUILDING



Windows Media Player cannot play DVD video. Close any open files and quit any other programs, and then try again. If the problem persists, restart your computer.

0xC00D116D

NS_E_DVD_NO_DECODER



Windows Media Player cannot play the DVD because a compatible DVD decoder is not installed on your computer.

0xC00D116E

NS_E_DVD_PARENTAL



Windows Media Player cannot play the scene because it has a parental rating higher than the rating that you are authorized to view.

0xC00D116F

NS_E_DVD_CANNOT_JUMP



Windows Media Player cannot skip to the requested location on the DVD.

0xC00D1170

NS_E_DVD_DEVICE_CONTENTION



Windows Media Player cannot play the DVD because it is currently in use by another program. Quit the other program that is using the DVD, and then try again.

0xC00D1171

NS_E_DVD_NO_VIDEO_MEMORY



Windows Media Player cannot play DVD video. You might need to adjust your Windows display settings. Open display settings in Control Panel, and then try lowering your screen resolution and color quality settings.

0xC00D1172

NS_E_DVD_CANNOT_COPY_PROTECTED



Windows Media Player cannot rip the DVD because it is copy protected.

0xC00D1173

NS_E_DVD_REQUIRED_PROPERTY_NOT_SET



One of more of the required properties has not been set.

0xC00D1174

NS_E_DVD_INVALID_TITLE_CHAPTER



The specified title and/or chapter number does not exist on this DVD.

0xC00D1176

NS_E_NO_CD_BURNER



Windows Media Player cannot burn the files because the Player cannot find a burner. If the burner is connected properly, try using Windows Update to install the latest device driver.

0xC00D1177

NS_E_DEVICE_IS_NOT_READY



Windows Media Player does not detect storage media in the selected device. Insert storage media into the device, and then try again.

0xC00D1178

NS_E_PDA_UNSUPPORTED_FORMAT



Windows Media Player cannot sync this file. The Player might not support the file type.

0xC00D1179

NS_E_NO_PDA



Windows Media Player does not detect a portable device. Connect your portable device, and then try again.

0xC00D117A

NS_E_PDA_UNSPECIFIED_ERROR



Windows Media Player encountered an error while communicating with the device. The storage card on the device might be full, the device might be turned off, or the device might not allow playlists or folders to be created on it.

0xC00D117B

NS_E_MEMSTORAGE_BAD_DATA



Windows Media Player encountered an error while burning a CD.

0xC00D117C

NS_E_PDA_FAIL_SELECT_DEVICE



Windows Media Player encountered an error while communicating with a portable device or CD drive.

0xC00D117D

NS_E_PDA_FAIL_READ_WAVE_FILE



Windows Media Player cannot open the WAV file.

0xC00D117E

NS_E_IMAPI_LOSSOFSTREAMING



Windows Media Player failed to burn all the files to the CD. Select a slower recording speed, and then try again.

0xC00D117F

NS_E_PDA_DEVICE_FULL



There is not enough storage space on the portable device to complete this operation. Delete some unneeded files on the portable device, and then try again.

0xC00D1180

NS_E_FAIL_LAUNCH_ROXIO_PLUGIN



Windows Media Player cannot burn the files. Verify that your burner is connected properly, and then try again. If the problem persists, reinstall the Player.

0xC00D1181

NS_E_PDA_DEVICE_FULL_IN_SESSION



Windows Media Player did not sync some files to the device because there is not enough storage space on the device.

0xC00D1182

NS_E_IMAPI_MEDIUM_INVALIDTYPE



The disc in the burner is not valid. Insert a blank disc into the burner, and then try again.

0xC00D1183

NS_E_PDA_MANUALDEVICE



Windows Media Player cannot perform the requested action because the device does not support sync.

0xC00D1184

NS_E_PDA_PARTNERSHIPNOTEXIST



To perform the requested action, you must first set up sync with the device.

0xC00D1185

NS_E_PDA_CANNOT_CREATE_ADDITIONAL_SYNC_RELATIONSHIP



You have already created sync partnerships with 16 devices. To create a new sync partnership, you must first end an existing partnership.

0xC00D1186

NS_E_PDA_NO_TRANSCODE_OF_DRM



Windows Media Player cannot sync the file because protected files cannot be converted to the required quality level or file format.

0xC00D1187

NS_E_PDA_TRANSCODECACHEFULL



The folder that stores converted files is full. Either empty the folder or increase its size, and then try again.

0xC00D1188

NS_E_PDA_TOO_MANY_FILE_COLLISIONS



There are too many files with the same name in the folder on the device. Change the file name or sync to a different folder.

0xC00D1189

NS_E_PDA_CANNOT_TRANSCODE



Windows Media Player cannot convert the file to the format required by the device.

0xC00D118A

NS_E_PDA_TOO_MANY_FILES_IN_DIRECTORY



You have reached the maximum number of files your device allows in a folder. If your device supports playback from subfolders, try creating subfolders on the device and storing some files in them.

0xC00D118B

NS_E_PROCESSINGSHOWSYNCWIZARD



Windows Media Player is already trying to start the Device Setup Wizard.

0xC00D118C

NS_E_PDA_TRANSCODE_NOT_PERMITTED



Windows Media Player cannot convert this file format. If an updated version of the codec used to compress this file is available, install it and then try to sync the file again.

0xC00D118D

NS_E_PDA_INITIALIZINGDEVICES



Windows Media Player is busy setting up devices. Try again later.

0xC00D118E

NS_E_PDA_OBSOLETE_SP



Your device is using an outdated driver that is no longer supported by Windows Media Player. For additional assistance, click Web Help.

0xC00D118F

NS_E_PDA_TITLE_COLLISION



Windows Media Player cannot sync the file because a file with the same name already exists on the device. Change the file name or try to sync the file to a different folder.

0xC00D1190

NS_E_PDA_DEVICESUPPORTDISABLED



Automatic and manual sync have been turned off temporarily. To sync to a device, restart Windows Media Player.

0xC00D1191

NS_E_PDA_NO_LONGER_AVAILABLE



This device is not available. Connect the device to the computer, and then try again.

0xC00D1192

NS_E_PDA_ENCODER_NOT_RESPONDING



Windows Media Player cannot sync the file because an error occurred while converting the file to another quality level or format. If the problem persists, remove the file from the list of files to sync.

0xC00D1193

NS_E_PDA_CANNOT_SYNC_FROM_LOCATION



Windows Media Player cannot sync the file to your device. The file might be stored in a location that is not supported. Copy the file from its current location to your hard disk, add it to your library, and then try to sync the file again.

0xC00D1194

NS_E_WMP_PROTOCOL_PROBLEM



Windows Media Player cannot open the specified URL. Verify that the Player is configured to use all available protocols, and then try again.

0xC00D1195

NS_E_WMP_NO_DISK_SPACE



Windows Media Player cannot perform the requested action because there is not enough storage space on your computer. Delete some unneeded files on your hard disk, and then try again.

0xC00D1196

NS_E_WMP_LOGON_FAILURE



The server denied access to the file. Verify that you are using the correct user name and password.

0xC00D1197

NS_E_WMP_CANNOT_FIND_FILE



Windows Media Player cannot find the file. If you are trying to play, burn, or sync an item that is in your library, the item might point to a file that has been moved, renamed, or deleted.

0xC00D1198

NS_E_WMP_SERVER_INACCESSIBLE



Windows Media Player cannot connect to the server. The server name might not be correct, the server might not be available, or your proxy settings might not be correct.

0xC00D1199

NS_E_WMP_UNSUPPORTED_FORMAT



Windows Media Player cannot play the file. The Player might not support the file type or might not support the codec that was used to compress the file.

0xC00D119A

NS_E_WMP_DSHOW_UNSUPPORTED_FORMAT



Windows Media Player cannot play the file. The Player might not support the file type or a required codec might not be installed on your computer.

0xC00D119B

NS_E_WMP_PLAYLIST_EXISTS



Windows Media Player cannot create the playlist because the name already exists. Type a different playlist name.

0xC00D119C

NS_E_WMP_NONMEDIA_FILES



Windows Media Player cannot delete the playlist because it contains items that are not digital media files. Any digital media files in the playlist were deleted.

0xC00D119D

NS_E_WMP_INVALID_ASX



The playlist cannot be opened because it is stored in a shared folder on another computer. If possible, move the playlist to the playlists folder on your computer.

0xC00D119E

NS_E_WMP_ALREADY_IN_USE



Windows Media Player is already in use. Stop playing any items, close all Player dialog boxes, and then try again.



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