C00D11B1 Cannot play mp4 files in Windows Media Center or Media Player 12

Please help! 

I converted my movie collection to mp4 and m4v files using Handbrake.  I can watch them on my Windows 7 Media Center Desktop, but when I try to watch it on my Windows 7 Media Center/Media Player 12 on my laptop I get the error code regarding my sound card.  Also, AVI, MPEG files play with no problems.

The movies play on my laptop using Quicktime, VLC, Media Player Classic...basically everything but WMP and WMC with no problems.  So I can watch them but most importantly not through WMC.

I have an HP Pavilion DV4000 Laptop with SoundMax sound card running Windows 7 Ultimate

I have done the following:

1.  Updated the sound card driver, ran a program to check for errors and found none
2.  Changed the ID3 tags
3.  Ran the drm update  http://drmlicense.one.microsoft.com/Indivsite/en/indivit.asp
4.  Downloaded different codec packages
5.  Updated WMP and WMC
6.  Taken Ownership as Administrator too

WHEN YOU RESPOND PLEASE DO NOT OFFER THESE SUGGESTIONS SINCE I HAVE TRIED THEM WITH NO LUCK:

"Windows Media Player 12 and Windows Media Center has built-in support for many popular audio and video formats—including 3GP, AAC, AVCHD, MPEG-4, WMV, and WMA. It also supports most AVI, DivX, MOV, and Xvid files.

Please view the information in the following URL:
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/products/features/windows-media-player-12

 
If you are geting error code, C00D11B1, it may be a problem with the security components of your digital media player so you can play protected files on your computer.

Follow the instruction from the article given below as it may help you fix the issue

Windows Media Player C00D11B1 :
http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows7/C00D11B1


Go to http://drmlicense.one.microsoft.com/Indivsite/en/indivit.asp   then you will need to get the update. You need to download this patch to remove the error code and get everything working again.

Also take ownership of the files you are trying to play by right clicking on the file and taking ownership."

Thanks!

 

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Last updated July 21, 2018 Views 13,399 Applies to:
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Hello scmichael,

Thank you for visiting the Microsoft Answers Site.

To better assist, please see the questions below:

·         What is the exact error message you receive when trying to play the media files using Windows Media Player and Windows Media Center?

·         Do you have a 32bit or 64bit version of Windows installed?

Please also relay if any of the video files play for any duration or if you receive the error when trying to open the .mp4 or .m4v file types.

 

You may also verify if the m4v files are protected.  If the media files are protected, you may use your favorite search engine to search for a program for playback of the video files.

In addition, verify if Windows Media Player and Windows Media Center are set as the default program to open file types it can open by default.

To do this, please see the link below:

Change which programs Windows uses by default

Please relay the answers to questions above so that we may provide further assistance.

Thank you,

 

 


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