April 2006 Update Rollup for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005

April
2006 Update Rollup for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 (KB914548)
| Install
KB914548 to get the latest updates for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005.
This update supersedes all updates since Update Rollup 2 (KB900325) for
Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005. For more information about this
update, read Microsoft
Knowledge Base Article 914548
.

Quick Details
File Name:        WindowsXPMediaCenter2005-KB914548-ENU.exe
Version:            1.0
Knowledge Base (KB) Articles:            KB914548
Date Published: 4/25/2006
Language:         English
Download Size:            3.4
MB

Prerequisites
To install this update rollup, you must be running Windows
XP Media Center Edition 2005. You must install the update that is described in
the following article in the Microsoft
Knowledge Base: 900325 Update Rollup 2 for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005

Hotfix replacement
information

This is a cumulative update rollup. The update rollup
replaces the following updates:

  • 908250
    Update Rollup 908250 is available for computers that are running Update Rollup
    2 for Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005
  • 912067 January
    2006 Update Rollup for Windows XP Media
    Center Edition 2005
  • 913437
    HTML programs do not support non-English keyboard characters on a computer that
    is running the Korean version of Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005

Besides the fixes that are contained in the updates that are
listed in this section, this update resolves the following issues:

  • Incorrect guide data for ATSC minor channels that you have
    manually added
    • After you manually add Advanced Television Systems Committee
      (ATSC) minor channels and install Update Rollup 2 for Windows XP Media Center
      Edition, the minor channels may not have unique guide data associated with
      them.
  • ATSC channels move into a five-digit channel range
    • When you configure a satellite service provider and an
      over-the-air ATSC, the ATSC channels may move into a five-digit channel range.
      Because of this problem, you cannot type a channel number by using the Media Center
      remote control or keyboard.
  • Delay when you change DVB-T channels
    • There may be a long delay when you switch between audio-only
      and TV DVB-T channels.
  • Teletext bar remains on the screen after you use transport
    controls
    • The Teletext bar does not disappear after you use the
      transport controls when you are recording a program that has Teletext
      subtitles.
  • Teletext blinks frequently
  • Closed captions do not display correctly
    • Some closed captioning may not display correctly.
  • Media
    Center computer is not
    suspended after you use the TV tuner
    • After you install Update Rollup 2 for Windows XP Media
      Center Edition, the Media Center Edition computer is not suspended if the tuner
      has been used.
  • DVB-T scanning does not work correctly in the Czech edition
    of Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005
  • You receive a “Unsupported File Type” error
    message when you burn a DVD video
    • When you try to burn a DVD video by using the Cyberlink
      PowerDVD MPEG2 decoder, you may receive a “Unsupported File Type”
      error message. This problem occurs after you install Update Rollup 2 for
      Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005. This update adds an additional AC3
      decoder to the list of supported decoders.
  • Tuning information is missing for the 1 MUX on 186 megahertz
    (MHz) setting in the Italian version of Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005
    • The Italian version of Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005
      may be missing tuning information for the 1 MUX on 186 MHz setting. This update
      also adds the appropriate DVB-T table for Italian versions of Windows XP Media
      Center Edition 2005.

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10 thoughts on “April 2006 Update Rollup for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005

  1. Hello Chris.

    I am probably one of the few early adopter with this update rollup. After this update rollup, I find that “Error Code 3” is back.

    I am not too sure what is causing it, however, if I got to MCE > Settings > TV, I get the error, and anything inside ot that TV settings, will give me the same error. Looks like history is repeating itself from Rollup 2 back in October.

    What I did was, by removing the April Update Rollup and reboot, and it fixed itself. I will stay away from AUR for now.

    Feel free to contact me at chiefie[at]planetchief[dot]com.

  2. Iam having the same problem code 3, its a guide problem why I do not know I am looking in to it, its also giving me a “video error”.

    System restore fixed the problem but i would like the update becuse of “guide data for ATSC minor channels that you have manually added” and “ATSC channels move into a five-digit channel range”.

    Richard Miller mvp

  3. I updated my MCE 2005 and this morning noticed my firewall had flagged DRM migrate exe wanted to call the outside world… uh-oh I thought. Went to MCE, checked my new trial of the Akimbo service, and guess what? None of my paid for and downloaded content was there. A retry to re-obtain the licences brought errors… Something seems to have broken here pretty badly. I think that if something so fundamental as DRM breaks so easily as this it threatens any ones confidence to download content that cannot be backed up before it is watched.

  4. Does this mean, this April Update Rollup is not properly tested? So far it is 3 out of 3 people from here having some error or problem after the AUR.

    Though, there are nothing from this AUR that I will benefit (from the glance). We don’t get EPG data in NZ, so the Settings > TV > * (or guide) shouldn’t give me error.

    Anyway, I don’t know what went wrong, after I removed AUR, and I managed to get my recording back.

    Weird.

  5. April 2006 Update Rollup for Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005.
    I was having 5 problems after the 26 April update.

    1 component registration failed
    2 some of the files needed to play radio or video are missing or corrupt.
    3 Media center component registration may have failed
    4 technical support. Code 3
    5 video error (in live TV)

    This fixed all the problems

    1 Close Media Center
    2 Click on the Start menu, choose run and type cmd
    3 Execute the command regsvr32.exe atl.dll
    4 Execute the command C:\WINDOWS\eHome\ehSched /unregServer
    5 Execute the command C:\WINDOWS\eHome\ehSched /service
    6 Execute the command C:\WINDOWS\eHome\ehRecvr /unregServer
    7 Execute the command C:\WINDOWS\eHome\ehRecvr /service
    8 Execute the command C:\WINDOWS\eHome\ehRec.exe /unregServer
    9 Execute the command C:\WINDOWS\eHome\ehRec.exe /regserver
    10 Execute the command C:\WINDOWS\eHome\ehmsas.exe /unregServer
    11 Execute the command C:\WINDOWS\eHome\ehmsas.exe /regserver
    12 Restart Media Center

    (from Aaron Stebner’s WebLog feb17 2006 thank you Aaron)

  6. Excellent! I was having all the same Media Center problems, ran a search online, yours was the first website I opted to click on and your solution solved my problem instantly! Geeze, I wish it was always that easy.

    Thanks!

  7. THIS WORKED! I’ve been looking for the fix for 2 days! Microsoft’s workaround is crap! Big thanks to whomever provided this.

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