Error code C00D002F occurs when you try to play a file in the Zune software

Overview

If you see error code C00D002F when you try to play a file in the Zune software, it means that the file is corrupted or is not valid.

Solutions

  • Trying changing some of the media file's metadata, or descriptors. Here’s how:
    1. In the Zune software, find the file you’re trying to play. This might be an album, song, or video.
    2. Right-click the file, and then click Edit.
    3. In the Edit info window, see if some of the description or metadata for the album, song, or video is incorrect or incomplete. For example, you might correct the title or song name, or you may to add a genre).
    4. Click OK to save your changes, and then try playing the file again.
  • Replace your media file with a new copy. To do this, burn the file to a disc or download the item again.

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