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Microsoft has released the June 2007 Cumulative Update for Media Center for Windows Vista. This update rollup is intended for computers that are running Windows Vista Home Premium or Windows Vista Ultimate.
For more information about the latest service pack for Windows Vista, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
935791 How to obtain the latest Windows Vista service pack
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 June 2007 Cumulative Update for Media Center for Windows Vista includes the following updates:
Several fixes for the Media Center Extensibility Platform
An update to the Digital Cable Card component to provide better support for interaction between the digital cable tuner, the CableCARD, and Media Center
Information for Windows Media Center Extenders
Windows Media Center Extenders, such as the Microsoft Xbox 360, use network ports to communicate over the network with computers that are running Windows Vista Home Premium or Windows Vista Ultimate. This update rollup contains updates to Windows Media Center programs that may have been configured as "approved" or "allowed" by a third-party firewall. If you use a third-party firewall, you may have to manually update the firewall to let the new versions of these programs access the ports. If you do not perform these firewall updates, any attempts to connect the Windows Media Center Extender to the Media Center computer may be unsuccessful.
To obtain the June 2007 Cumulative Update for Media Center for Windows Vista, you can download it from the Microsoft Windows Update Web site or from the Windows Download Center.
For more information about how to download Microsoft support files, click the following article number to view the article in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:
119591 How to obtain Microsoft support files from online services
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