|27 Jan 2009||#1|
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KB962236 is now available for Windows 7 Beta Media Center
Issue that is fixed in this update
Windows Media Center crashes when it merges broadcast guide schedule data in certain countries. This occurs if some in-band schedule data contains Content Reference Identifiers (CRID) for schedule events. In this scenario, broadcast guide schedule data cannot be merged as expected. For example, some broadcast guide data in the United Kingdom contains CRIDs. Therefore, features that depend on guide data merging do not work correctly. For example, PVR auto-extension for recordings in the United Kingdom may not work correctly.
This issue has occurred in the United Kingdom and in New Zealand.More information on this update is available here.
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