Windows Media Player is the free software that comes with Microsoft Windows and it has become extremely popular over years. Media Player is used by Windows users for managing music and videos libraries. This application may experience errors from time to time. If you have problems with Media Player then it is recommended to update it to its latest version. It can be easily done clicking on the Help option.
You also need to have the latest Windows Service Pack installed on your system. The Service packs may address many different security and bugs issues with Windows. With the installation of latest service pack you can increase the overall reliability and stability of your system.
If still the problem of the player still persists then you need to take help of third party Registry Repair Tool. Registry Errors may also cause various applications to fail. To boost the PC performance you need to boot the overall PC performance and reduce the crashes and application failures.
For manual troubleshooting of Media Player errors
It occurs when the Media Player is unable to download appropriate decompressor. Then you need to restart the player and browser if you download a decompressor for this file.
It occurs when there is no combination of filters for rendering the streams.
When there is an invalid File Format
play back the video stream: It occurs when no suitable decompressor is found.
It says that the player cannot play back the file. Format is unsupported.
80070002, 80070005, 80070035, 800C0005, 80070043, or 800C000D
The error codes are all related to access denied, file not found or server not found eg:
Cannot open “http://Servername/Path/Filename.asf”. Please verify the path and filename are correct and try again later. You don’t have permissions to access to the location or file. Unable to find the server or proxy.
It occurs when the Media player unable to open: http://web address. Please verify the path and filename are correct and try again later.
Due to network problems the operation encountered Time Out.
This occurs when the connection to the server is lost.
It occurs when the Player fails to open then verify that the web url/file name is correct or try again later.
Cannot open web url/file name. Please verify that the path and filename are correct and try again.
It occurs when the player does not connect to the multicast channel.
To solve these errors you need to:
Step 1: Firstly open the Control Panel and then type “windows features” in the search box, then click on the Turn on Windows feature on or off.
Then Go down to the Media features –> Windows Media Player
Step 2: Then Reboot all.
Step 3: Then turn back on Windows Media Player
Then Head back the Windows Features on or off and check the box again.