How To Fix Windows Media Player Error C00d11b1 In Windows7?

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Hello everyone, I am getting an error while playing my songs in Windows media player. Kindly suggest me a solution to fix the media player error c00d11b1. I’m currently working on Windows7.

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How To Fix Windows Media Player Error C00d11b1 In Windows7?

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There are few solutions you can try to solve the error.

• First, ensure that the Internet is working properly and the firewall is not blocking the media player. Navigate to the options in Media Player and check that download the codecs automatically is checked. If not, check it.

• If the previous doesn’t help you, try this. Correspondingly in the network tab of options choose the protocol used for multimedia streaming.

• Sometimes the cause of the error is Internet Explorer also. Launch IE on your system, open Tools menu and select Internet Options hit on the advanced tab. Now choose the reset button.

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How To Fix Windows Media Player Error C00d11b1 In Windows7?

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If you were only playing music on your computer with Windows Media Player when the error appeared then I don’t think it is a problem with the codec. If you receive the error, first, check if your sound card is installed. If you have a sound card and it is already installed, uninstall it and then reinstall it. If this doesn’t work, try updating its driver.

Visit your sound card manufacturer’s website and check for an updated driver for your model. If the file you’re trying to play is located on the internet, try it again later because the server might be temporarily unavailable or there is a network problem.

To check the status of your sound card, click “Start” then in the search box type without quotes “device manager” then open “Device Manager” from the results. In the Device Manager, expand “Sound, video and game controllers” and then look for the name of your sound card like “SoundMAX Integrated Digital Audio”, for example.

If you see your sound card with a red “X”, it means your sound card is turned off or disabled. To turn it on, right-click on your sound card and select “Enable.”

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