How to Repair Backup Error 0x8078012D in Windows 10

Did you encounter error 0x8078012D when backing up Windows to an external hard drive? If so, don’t worry because you are not the only one who has encountered this problem. The main reason for this error may be the 0x8007045D I/O device error.

This error code appears along with an error message that looks like this.

“Operation failed due to a device error at the source or destination. If the source or destination volume is on disk, run CHKDSK /R on the source or destination volume, and then repeat the operation. The request cannot be executed due to an I/O device, error 0x8078012D”. read more

How to Resolve the ‘VLC Media Player Crashes When Playing .MKV Files’ in Windows 10

Can’t play your MKV file in VLC Media Player? Stay tuned, we have solutions for you. Many users occasionally encounter similar problems when trying to play videos with VLC Media Player. Some problems are related to the player itself, others are due to a corrupted video file. We have listed several solutions based on the types of problems users encounter when playing MKV videos in VLC Media Player.

When VLC can’t play an MKV file, it shows various symptoms.

  • Black screen
  • No sound in the player
  • Bouncey video
  • Missing MKV files
  • “Unrecognized codec: VLC was unable to detect the audio or video codec.”

What causes VLC Media Player to crash when playing .MKV files?

  • There are several reasons why your VLC player crashes when playing MKV files. There could be compatibility issues with your system or damaged components.
  • Streaming video files often requires so much processing power that playback of high-resolution MKV files fails due to lack of power.
  • One of the reasons why your VLC Media Player stops working or fails is because of recently downloaded files since MKV is a video container format.

But don’t worry. There are ways to solve these kinds of problems. Check out the solutions below. read more

Fixed 0xc00d36b4 “Cant Play” error in the Groove music player

0xc00d36b4 "Cant Play" error in the Groove music player

On Windows 8/8.1/10, the Xbox Music app can be a good alternative to the regular Windows Media Player. The Xbox Music app makes it easy to organize your songs with various filters and play them through a modern and charming user interface.

We have already looked at how to fix Can`t Play error with code 0xc00d11cd(0x8000ffff), 0xc00d36b4(0xc00d36b4) or for this app. However, we recently encountered another error when playing music from the app. In this scenario, every time we tried to play a song, this error prevented us from doing so. read more