FC772ABO is Missing in Windows Media Player 10

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Hello. I am using Windows Media Player 10 and got an error C00D1099 and after some checking to the error, the “DSH BDA MPEG2 Transport Information FC772ABO is missing” appears. Where can I locate this missing file? Please help me.

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FC772ABO is Missing in Windows Media Player 10

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Hello.

Instead of finding the missing file and installing which is of great risk and time consuming, install a fresh and new version of the software.

Uninstall the previous version of the software and install the new version.

To download the latest version of the software click on the link below.

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/download-windows-media-player

Select the appropriate software for your operating system.

Thank you.

 

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FC772ABO is Missing in Windows Media Player 10

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Hello Jerrold,

 

Some of the codec(s) required by this media may not be installed on your system. This may have few different solutions depending on what you are trying to play in Windows Media Player. Considering AVI files, here is a method to follow. This should mostly help you!
 
Download and install ffdshow (ffdshow-20050216.exe).
This is a simple DirectShow filter (also been called as a codec or a decoder). That will decode DivX, XviD, 3ivX, and more.
 
Enabling  the specific codec. 
Follow the method given to enable Windows Media Player to play the AVI files you need.
 
  • Download the "GSpot Codec Tool", install the program and open it. 
  • Select File > Open & select your AVI file 
  • Search the FourCC code of the files' Video Codec 
  • Visit FourCC website and find out the developer of that codec 
  • Visit that developers website to download the codec which you need.
  • You might also visit the Codec section of wmplugins. 
     
Remember  not to download anything marked as a “Codec Pack”. This will help you to stay out of trouble when your music files are being played

Hope this will help you!

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