C00D11B3 any answers?

Discussion in 'Windows Media Player' started by mneme, Dec 30, 2004.

  1. mneme

    mneme Guest

    I get this errorwhen trying to listen to radio stations on the net along with
    the message "Windows Media Player cannot play the file because a network
    error occurred. The server might not be available. Verify that you are
    connected to the network and that your proxy settings are correct."

    it says it is either

    -a server problem - but other people can connect to the station I am trying
    to connect to
    -a connection problem - but I am definately connected to the internet,
    though I am connected through a LAN connection if this makes any difference.
    -problems with proxy settings - but I have tried manually entering them and
    just selecting 'automatically detect' and neither works.

    I have noticed other people with the same problem have posted but there have
    been no useful responses, has anyone worked it out.

    TIA
     
    mneme, Dec 30, 2004
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  3. mneme

    mneme Guest

    I have done a search but there are no answers.

     
    mneme, Dec 30, 2004
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  4. mneme

    mneme Guest

    BTW it seems to be a problem specific to radio station streming their content
    live, prerecorded programs work fine. Could it still be a server problem even
    if other people can access it?
     
    mneme, Dec 30, 2004
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  5. Chris Lanier [MVP], Dec 30, 2004
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  6. mneme

    mneme Guest

    Re some of your earlier posts about this error

    The content I wish to access is - mms://soundmusic.serveftp.net:8080/ also
    accessible (supposedly) through http://www.3mbs.org.au/home.html and click on
    listen live.
    version of Windows Media Player (WMP) - Version 10
    Your current Operating System (OS) - Windows XP
    Your current Network Settings in Windows Media Player: Boxes ticked for
    Multicast, UDP, TCP, HTTP and Use Ports [(in box) 700-7007] to recieve data
    Protocol - HTTP Proxy - Browser
    Protocol -MMS Proxy - Browser
    Protocol - RTSP Proxy - Browser
    Do you have a firewall running? Yes, but switching it off doesn't seem ti
    make any difference.
    Can you play the link in mplayer2.exe? | no get message "Cannot open.
    Please verify that the path and filename are correct and try again." and
    advanced "Invalid name: mmsu://soundmusic.serveftp.net:8080/. The file name
    specified is incorrect. (Error=C00D001C)

    The operation timed out, possibly due to network problems. (Error=C00D0013)

    Cannot open. Please verify that the path and filename are correct and try
    again. (Error=C00D0013)"

    Thanks for any help
     
    mneme, Dec 30, 2004
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  7. First, it should be noted that anything with ".serveftp.net" in the address
    is using DynDNS. This service takes a dynamic IP and runs software on the
    host machine to always direct there IP (which changes) to the .serveftp.net
    address. This is not the correct way that you want to send streaming media,
    it also most likely means it is being done from a home machine. Most of the
    time you get a static IP for doing anything involving hosting web/media.
    Most home DSL providers will give you a dynamic IP.

    This streams correctly here, you have third party software or hardware that
    is most likely causing you problems. Run msconfig and disable all startup
    programs. Reboot. Try accesing the media again.

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    Now Playing: "3mbs" in Windows Media Player 10.
     
    Chris Lanier [MVP], Dec 30, 2004
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  8. mneme

    mneme Guest

    Thanks trying that now.
     
    mneme, Dec 30, 2004
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  9. mneme

    mneme Guest

    Didn't work, is there anything else I can try?

    thankyou for being so helpful
     
    mneme, Dec 30, 2004
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