Learn about Windows® Media® Player error C00D11D2
What is the significance of Windows Media Player error C00D11D2? What are the probable causes of the error and how can they be resolved?
The Windows Media Player is a proprietary digital media player and media library application which is designed and introduced by Microsoft Corporation. Windows Media Player feature is intended for playing audio, video and for seeing images on systems running the Microsoft Windows Operating System. This feature is applied on Pocket computers and in the devices which are Windows Mobile-based. The Windows Media Player is also incorporated with the capability to rip music from and copy music to compact discs. This feature is also installed with the facility to burn recordable discs in Audio CD format or as data discs with playlists akin to an MP3 CD. You could also harmonize content with a digital audio player or any other mobile devices, and facilitate users to acquire or rent music from various online music stores.
Given below are the details about Windows Media Player issues, causes and the tips to solve the issues:
- Tips to solve the issue
Even though Windows Media Player is a very consistent media player it might face with some issues which may result in the emergence of error messages. The Error messages are identified by numerical IDs, such as C00D0BC2 and 800704CF. You can determine the ID of a specific error message by clicking the More Information or Web Help button on the error message when you encounter it. Some of the common error messages that appear before you are 80040212, C00D0FDD, C00D1057, C00D1076, C00D11D2 etc.
C00D11D2 error code shows that Windows Media Player could not access the file. There are a number of causes for the occurrence of C00D11D2 in Windows Media Player. One reason is that this file is currently in use as you try to access it. Another reason is that the user does not have permission to access the server or other location where the file is stored or you do not have permission to access the proxy server. This error might also occur if you try to rip a track from a CD to your hard disk and you do not have permission to rip to the specified hard disk location.
There are some ways to avoid the occurrence of this error. First you have to close the file, and try again later. You could also verify that you have the appropriate access rights. If not, try again later. If the above methods might find not successful, you would have to try to ripping to another folder.
iYogi is the fastest growing online and remote tech support provider in the direct-to-consumers and small businesses sector. Our highly skilled and experienced tech experts available, 24x7x365 will provide the best issue resolution and customer satisfaction. Our award winning and low priced Annual Subscription covers the following services:
- Comprehensive support to solve the error code C00D11D2 in Windows Media Player.
- Diagnostic & repair for your technologies.
- Troubleshoot software errors.
- Update drivers and security to protect against online threats.
- Connect to Internet, devices and peripherals.
- Optimize your computer’s speed and performance.
Unlimited access to great tech support, all year around! We promise the lowest wait-time and highest resolution rate in the industry.