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Windows Media Player 10 Burning Problems

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#1 Izzy


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Posted 21 October 2005 - 05:21 PM

No actual forum for WIndows Media Player so here is where it's going.

Ok i have burning problems with MP10. Well it won't at all. It copies, plays fine but Error message when try to burn.

"Windows Media Player has encounted an unknown error. This can occur when another operating system or program component encounters a problem but does not communicate the nature of the problem to the player" That is the message that comes up instantly after clicking "BURN" I click on "MORE INFORMATION" this comes up
Error ID: oxcood11cd
Condition ID=0x00000000

I Click on "WEB HELP" and this came up

"We are investigation the cause of this error. We will post more information when it becomes available."

Whatever this error is it's only recent, not that i use Windows Media Player to burn with but it had worked before. I always use Nero, but i burnt a CD with Nero but cut off the start of the first song then the second song starts on the first track then the track changes about 20 secs in the song and the rest of the songs did the same. no other CD did that.

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