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Reply ↓ tony on January 13, 2008 at 4:11 am said: Ive tried loads and no joy, why have microsoft not fixed this ?????? Give that man a medal! The media I'm trying to play is all CD's ripped by WMP, or wmv files (movie and game trailers) downloaded from the web. Quartz Dll Windows Media Player Codes are caused in one way or another by misconfigured system files within your windows operating system. http://introbuilder.net/windows-media/windows-media-player-quartz-dll-error.php

Thanks alot. Avital Reply ↓ magic mike on January 17, 2009 at 5:26 pm said: blah blah blah, nothing worked, but i figured it out, after several cups of tea, couple of packs It's got to be one or more of the updates installed (pre-wipe I had not installed many updates). Then click windows update because the picture below.If there is any updates need to be updated urgently, please make sure that.

Any suggestions? You can scan, clean, optimize, and keep your PC much healthier with it ! Thank you to all the forums. Reply ↓ GaryA on September 17, 2007 at 2:47 pm said: Media player was reporting this error code to me for the last several months whenever playing ANY purchased music.

There's however, no real mystery in this, the causes ranges from ridding yourself of an installed software for some bad industries or corrupt disk to installing of a whole new software, still not working, any ideas? Yet if I download it from the web, it again plays fine. Next I ran WMP which happened to be version 9 … after setting it up, since it rolled back from version 11, I closed it and downloaded version 10 from the

Not fixed. Thanks for sharing dude. System : XP Home Same error as above stated, C00D11B1 for all media files, cant stream live radio. https://www.moviecodec.com/general/class-not-registered-and-quartzdll-error-messages-in-windows-media-player-2746/ Thank you Mike!

Reply ↓ Frogg on December 28, 2009 at 8:25 am said: A few simple steps: Start -> Run -> regsvr32 quartz.dll done! If anyone would be so kind, would someone mind telling me exactly why all of a sudden my registry was altered, resulting in being unable to play the songs from the Mine was trying to play audio through "Independent (R.T.C.) Headphones", and as soon as I clicked the "Advanced" button, WMP flipped out and said something to the effect of "Holy s--! Reply ↓ Pierce on July 14, 2010 at 5:08 pm said: This helped me!

Seeking will not work correctly. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/windows-media-player-11-and-avi-and-quartz-dll.545183/ Then unistalled WMP 11 runtime and restarted the computer. PLEASE HELP!!! Here´s the link http://www.free-codecs.com/K_Lite_Codec_Pack_download.htm I chose the FULL version, and during the process it uninstalled the XP codec pack that worked for so many (answer 13) and it FINALLY WORKED!

Most typical forms of errors you encounter with DLL files is because they inexplicably wander off, and also you receive a ˉ dll file not found error. More about the author So I read through this help and when Tara,#17, mentioned a Samsung Mobile Phone, I realised that I installed my Mobile phone's softwear when I reinstalled XP, and then when sd89 Can anyone help me on this, please? I reinstalled WMP, reinstalled all of my codecs, and updated everything to current versions in an attempt to resolve the problem.

I dont know what else to do, i'm using windows vista, internet explorer 8 just went in and windows media player 11. My thoughts are to delete any new softwear that you installed prior to noticing the c00d11b1 notification. Look for the column HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/Software/Microft/Windows/CurrentVersion/Audio Double click on "DisableProtectedAudioDG" appearing in the right window. check my blog Cheers 13 Reply ↓ Linda on March 28, 2009 at 7:57 pm said: omg #73 worked for me THANKS SO MUCH!! (: Reply ↓ Pat on April 1, 2009 at 8:01

I Restored my system to a few weeks ago, but that didn't change anything. Reply ↓ Niagara on October 14, 2008 at 2:49 pm said: My problems started with the recent automatic updates to Vista Home Premium that seemed to take a couple of hours I ran some of the other DRM cleaners and what not, but mine got fixed by post #59… kinda (I have no idea what file piece you're talking about!) Basically I

I am getting "Class Not Registered" error messages whenever I attempt to play a file.

Linda on September 27, 2010 at 7:34 pm said: You freakin ROCK! thanks a million…… search quarts.dll first then copy to c/windows/system 32…then run the regsvr32 quartz.dll…… if it succeed then it all ok Reply ↓ Awesome-tastic, I say! The list may need a second or two to populate.Next to the extension names under the "disabled" category, they would normally all say "no".Scroll down the list to "Video Thumbnail Extractor", WooWooLovesBoo, Nov 16, 2007 #8 Sponsor This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies.

Reply ↓ icemanwpg on February 26, 2008 at 1:49 pm said: Here's the Vista Codec Pack: http://www.free-codecs.com/Vista_Codec_Package_download.htm to fix that stupid error that's keeps on popping up !! Reply ↓ Pingback: Windows Media Player 11 for XP - Austech uglyskier on February 10, 2008 at 11:28 pm said: I clicked on the link in your explanation and unfortunately the SmartPCFixer is a top-ranking error-resolution registry cleaner which will fix Quartz Dll Windows Media Player and optimize the system settings. news And your Windows Media Player once again works.

I uninstalled Windows Media 11 n 10. then i installed xp codec pack 2.3.2 voila it works!!! I tried everything up to that point and nothing worked…but #46 did the trick. Added to that, this article will allow you to diagnose any common error alerts associated with Quartz Dll Windows Media Player error code you may be sent.

Reply ↓ Tiffany on March 24, 2008 at 1:57 am said: Well I downloaded the #13's link and it worked, then today I go to play another file and it is For additional assistance, click Web Help.