Windows Can't Run Music CDs [.cda files] (error 0xC00D1197)

Discussion in 'Windows Media Player' started by [email protected], Feb 2, 2006.

  1. I bought a store bought music CD today with the typical .cda format hoping to
    burn it onto my computer in .mp3 format only to find out that .cda format was
    no longer supported on my computer. My last attempt to run/play/rip a music
    CD was a couple months ago and since then I have preformed many software and
    no hardware updates on a factory built laptop computer that came installed
    with Win Xp.

    Here is what I know:
    All other formats of CDs and DVDs still work normally.
    No .cda (store bought CDs) work on the computer anymore.
    Right clicking the CD and hitting play opens media player, but…
    WMP10 gives the Error ID = 0xC00D1197, Condition ID = 0x00000000
    The help file for this error suggests a network or proxy error.
    However, the media is in fact on a local disk so all advice
    listed is bogus.

    WMP option “Music CD player (.cda files)†is enabled. I have tried the
    advice listed in but that
    does not seem to address the issues I have. I have also reinstalled WMP10 and
    later winamp after this issue developed. Lastly I updated my sound card to
    the latest drivers.
    I also exported and deleted the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\
    CurrentControlSet\Control\MediaResources\mci key in regedit, with no luck.
    After this problem developed I installed and was able to rip the cd to mp3
    format using 3rd party software. However, wmp/itunes/winamp do not recognize
    the .cda format.

    Any solution would be greatly appreciated.
    [email protected], Feb 2, 2006
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  2. ..CDA is not a format - it's just the CD track index. There are no "CDA
    files" on the CD or anywhere else. says to manipulate
    not branch above it.
    Mike Williams, Feb 2, 2006
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  3. Yes I know. thanks.
    Perhaps you could explain the difference and relevance of this
    information to my problem.
    [email protected], Feb 2, 2006
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