Beta (7000) MP3 corruption Patch

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  1. Posts : 48,269
    Windows 11 Workstation x64
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    Beta (7000) MP3 corruption Patch


    Guys dont forget to add the patch to your system to stop Windows 7 beta killing your mp3's

    info:- An update is available for Windows Media Center and Windows Media Player in Windows 7 Beta



    The following files are available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:

    Windows 7 Beta, 32-bit versions
    Download the Windows6.1-KB961367-x86.msu package now. (Download details: Update for Windows 7 Beta (KB961367))


    Windows 7 Beta, 64-bit versions
    Download the Windows6.1-KB961367-x64.msu package now.
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  2. Posts : 130
    Windows 7
       #2

    Thanks! Too bad it won't work on 6956.

    Edit: I don't need 6956 anymore because this patch also fixes ocur issues with CableCARD.
    Last edited by hdjunkie; 11 Jan 2009 at 19:47.
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  3. Posts : 154
    Windows 7 Build 7100
       #3

    6956 doesn't have the problem. It is build 7000 only.
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  4. Posts : 130
    Windows 7
       #4

    That can't be true because I just started using 7000 today, yet my mp3s were broken weeks ago. Many (if not all) had the beginning seconds removed. Is there a way to fix them?
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  5. Posts : 25
    Windows 7
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    hdjunkie said:
    That can't be true because I just started using 7000 today, yet my mp3s were broken weeks ago. Many (if not all) had the beginning seconds removed. Is there a way to fix them?
    A possible solution to the MP3 file corruption issue

    If some of your MP3 files have already been affected, you might be able to restore the corrupted MP3 files to their pre-edit status. To do this, follow these steps:
    1. In Windows Explorer, right-click a corrupted MP3 file, and then click Properties.
    2. On the Previous Version tab, select an earlier version in the File Versions list, and then click Restore. If multiple edits were performed, you may have to revert to the oldest version that is available.
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  6. Posts : 130
    Windows 7
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    pmcgarr said:
    A possible solution to the MP3 file corruption issue

    If some of your MP3 files have already been affected, you might be able to restore the corrupted MP3 files to their pre-edit status. To do this, follow these steps:
    1. In Windows Explorer, right-click a corrupted MP3 file, and then click Properties.
    2. On the Previous Version tab, select an earlier version in the File Versions list, and then click Restore. If multiple edits were performed, you may have to revert to the oldest version that is available.
    That's a good tip. It'd be nice if there was a way to do it for 6000 songs at once . Unfortunately for me, they've been copied across the network, and back a couple times recently, so there are no previous versions. I'll be starting a new library and slowly replacing all of my music.
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  7. Posts : 154
    Windows 7 Build 7100
       #7

    MP3's seem to be working flawlessly here on build 7000. Perhaps this fix is in the windows updates???
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  8. Posts : 4,282
    Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
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    It would be Wise to make sure just to be on the safe side.
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  9.    #9

    linuzo said:
    MP3's seem to be working flawlessly here on build 7000. Perhaps this fix is in the windows updates???
    Not yet it isn't.
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  10. Posts : 246
    Microsoft Windows 7 x64 Ultimate
       #10

    DiamondNRG said:
    Not yet it isn't.

    I have yet to have any problems with MP3s...I've been listening to music since I setup WMP12 about 2-3 hours ago.
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