Don’t be part of OXCOOD1199 error victims, switch WMP and use other better (portable) options on the market, e.g., RealPlayer (aka, RealAudio Player, RealOne Player and RealPlayer G2), KMPlayer (BEWARE of bloatware). And, do NOT be fooled by some “professional” (misleading) blog or website, as OXCOOD1199 means “Unsupported Format”, typically.
If you really want to fix OXCOOD1199 error, manually, follow me:
- Go to some professional audio related forums, some guru could tell you the right codec(s) you need to open or see some specific media file.
- Simply give other players a try.
- Please restart your computer when the update process (of WMP, or of some Windows Update like Service Pack) is complete. This helps let those latest fixes, configurations and other items take effect.
Again, you do not have to perform a system restore! NEVER (almost)!