Microsoft's first Windows 7 Beta patch fixes an MP3 bug responsible for corrupting MP3s imported into Media Centre or Media Player or whose metadata was edited in some other way. Just grab the appropriate download for your system from the Microsoft support page for the bug, install the patch, and you should be aces. If you've experienced the corruption issue, the same page suggests that you may be able to restore corrupted files by right-clicking the file, selecting Properties, and using Windows 7's file versions list to restore to a previous version of the file. [via Gizmodo]
Windows 7 Beta Patch Fixes MP3 Bug
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