Window Media Error 80004002
Why do I receive “No such interface supported” (80004002)?
This error usually occurs for the reasons described in the previous question.
Why do I receive “Class not registered” (80040154)?
You may be able to eliminate this error by downloading and installing the latest Microsoft DirectX application programming interface. Multimedia applications, including Windows Media Player, rely on DirectX technologies to improve performance when playing digital media files. Therefore, it is always a good idea to install the latest version of DirectX for your operating system. For more information, see the Microsoft DirectX Home page.
If you get this error message when playing AVI files, it is possible that a problem exists with the codec that was used to create the file. For more information about finding codecs, see Top Questions about Codecs in Windows Media Player.
If you get this error while trying to play MPEG-2 or DVD video, you may need to install (or reinstall) DVD decoder software. For more information, see DVD Decoder Plug-ins.
DvD decoder plug-ins
Uninstall and reinstall PowerDvD