FIX: Windows Media Player may return an NS_E_INVALID_DATA
When you play back content from a Microsoft Windows Media Player 10 server or from a Windows Media Player 9 Series server with Fast Cache enabled, a problem may occur. You may receive the following error message from the client:
0xC00D002F: Invalid or corrupt data was encountered.
If Windows Media Player receives a sample with a timestamp that increases more than five minutes when compared to the timestamp of the previous sample, you may receive the error message that is mentioned in the "Symptoms" section. Typically, audio streams and video streams send multiple samples per second. Therefore, a large increase in the time in the timestamp indicates some kind of error. However, with sparse streams, such as script streams, this is different. Typically, sparse streams do have a large increase in the time in the timestamp between samples.
FIX: Windows Media Player may return an NS_E_INVALID_DATA error when playing Fast Cached content