Error COOD1OB3 Please, Please,Please Help.

Discussion in 'Windows Media Player' started by Betty, Apr 30, 2004.

  1. Betty

    Betty Guest

    I always get error COOD1OB3 everytime I try to listen to online radio.It says:Unable to acess this media,you may not be connected to the network. I live in Taiwan.I really miss my American music.Please help.
     
    Betty, Apr 30, 2004
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  2. Hello Betty,

    Please check the following link for help:
    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;q317101

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    says:Unable to acess this media,you may not be connected to the network. I
    live in Taiwan.I really miss my American music.Please help.
     
    Gurjot Brar [MSFT], Apr 30, 2004
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  3. Betty

    pgoo Guest

    Did you ever get this fixed? I have the same problem.
     
    pgoo, Apr 30, 2004
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  4. Error C00D10B3 or C00D10B5 means that Windows Media Player isn't "seeing"
    your internet connection. It doesn't mean you are not connected, rather it
    is just not being told you are not connected. This can be caused by two
    things most of the time...

    (1) A firewall blocking the traffic or (2) A configuration problem within
    WMP.
    **Both of these are address at http://tinyurl.com/l8ka.

    If the above doesn't help you you might also want to try reinstalling WMP
    over itself. Depending on how WMP was installed on your machine you may
    already have the installer. If you do it is located in C:\Program
    Files\Windows Media Player\Installer. The file name of the installer is
    "mpsetupxp.exe"

    If you don't see the folder then run C:\Program Files\Windows Media
    Player\setup_wm.exe and that will re-download the installer and install it.

    If the site doesn't help you fix it the best option is to ask actually
    Product Support. Especially if you are running Windows 9x (i.e Win98,
    WinME, Etc)
    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=sz;EN-US;top
     
    Chris Lanier [MVP], Apr 30, 2004
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