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Wannabe Geek

# 45506 3-Nov-2009 09:41
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I cannot play MOV files in Vista Home Premium 64 bit version on my new Toshiba laptop; I have installed Quick Time and one codec add on with no luck.  The exact error message I got was C00D11B1. 

The same video MOV files will play in XP. 

Can anyone give me some suggestions? 


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  # 269532 3-Nov-2009 09:59
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According to google, C00D11B1 - is a windows media player error, not quicktime.

It sounds like, that you might have chosen WMP to play your *.mov files.

When you righclick on the file, and chose open with and then find quicktime, does it play then?

There should be no need to install any codecs with quicktime, just quicktime on its own is fine. Otherwise, you can try "quicktime alternative"


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  # 269855 4-Nov-2009 06:51
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Hello rscole86,
I just wanted to get back to you and let you know that your email solved the MOV file problem. I am running Quick Time but not the alternative version...thanks again for your help!

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