Windows 7 Beta Gets its First Patch

By  |  Wednesday, January 14, 2009 at 11:44 am

It wouldn’t be a Microsoft product without it! Users of Windows 7 Beta who may have not downloaded a patch for an MP3 corruption issue that was available shortly after the products public release are now getting it via Automatic Update. The issue would permanently alter an MP3 file played through Windows 7: the first few seconds of the audio would disappear. However, this would only occur if a user edited the MP3 files metadata, so it didn’t affect a lot of users. Nonetheless, the patch is out (see this Knowledge base article), so the problem should be fixed. Other problems are addressed in this patch, mainly dealing with multimedia issues.

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