It’s painful to see the 0xC00D3E8E error occur when moving a file from one location to another on a Windows 10 computer. There can be several reasons for this error, and they’re hard to guess – but the main reason is a metadata error. We offer two fixes that will allow you to change the media file’s metadata.
What causes the error 0XC00D3E8E?
- The Video file is locked
- A corrupted system file
- Problematic video metadata
- Video file contains tag restrictions
- The Video media field is write protected
- The operating system is NOT suitable for .MOV files
How to resolve the 0XC00D3E8E error
Launch the Windows Update Troubleshooter
- Go to the top
- In the search box, type Troubleshooter
- Click Troubleshooter
- Click View All in the left pane
- Select Windows Update
- Click Next to start Windows Update Troubleshooting, then follow the instructions on the screen.
Run System Restore in Safe Mode