Windows 7 Media Center updates fixing tuner reliability issues

“Windows Media Center monitors the incoming bit rate of live TV. Without this monitoring, the bit rate drops very low when the analog TV input is weak or doesn’t have a signal. This causes a black screen or a static screen to be displayed. With this monitoring, Windows Media Center displays an overlay message to […]

“Windows Media Center monitors the incoming bit rate of live TV. Without this monitoring, the bit rate drops very low when the analog TV input is weak or doesn’t have a signal. This causes a black screen or a static screen to be displayed. With this monitoring, Windows Media Center displays an overlay message to indicate a possible issue with the incoming bit rate when the analog TV input is weak or doesn’t’ve a signal. However, the method used to monitor incoming bit rate on analog signals is too sensitive. This may cause a false detection of a low bit rate,” Microsoft explained in KB981130. The following files are available for download from the Microsoft Download Center:

Download: Windows 7 update for x86 | x64

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