Se detaljer nedenfor (teksten er taget fra Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 932818):
Windows Vista Home Premium
Windows Vista Ultimate
Windows Download Center
Windows Vista for x64-based Systems
Hotfix replacement information
This is a cumulative update and replaces the following updates:
- 929011 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/929011/) Windows Media Center does not correctly configure a combo TV tuner that supports both ATSC and NTSC signals on a Windows Vista-based computer
- 932753 (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/932753/) When you resize the Windows Media Center window in Windows Vista, video playback may stop
Issues that are resolved by this update
In addition to the fixes that are contained in the updates that are listed in the "Hotfix replacement information" section, the April 2007 Cumulative Update for Media Center for Windows Vista resolves the following issues:
- The video may appear to freeze when the movie begins in some DVDs.
- When you rotate a picture during a slide show in Windows Media Center, the wrong photo may be rotated.
- The cover art for recorded TV movies may not appear in the DVD library view.
- When you delete a picture in Windows Media Center, you may receive an error message that resembles the following:AUDIO ERROR. The Url contains one or more invalid characters.
- When you try to play a DVD by using Autoplay, you may receive an error message that resembles the following:Tuner not installed
- Online Media support has been added for Windows Media Center on 64-bit versions of Windows Vista Home Premium or Windows Vista Ultimate.
- Video Playlist support has been added for Windows Media Center Extenders
- Improvements have been made to Online Media caching.
Windows Media Center Extenders, such as the Microsoft Xbox 360, use network ports to communicate over the network to computers that are running Windows Vista Home Premium or Windows Vista Ultimate. This cumulative update contains updates to Media Center programs that may have been previously configured as "approved" or "allowed" by a third-party firewall. If you use a third-party firewall, you may have to manually update your firewall to let the new versions of these programs access the ports. If you do not perform these firewall updates, you may experience failures when you try to connect the Windows Media Center Extender to the Media Center computer.