Microsoft patches trip up Windows Media Player

Friday, 10 March 2006, 3:02 PM EST

Three Microsoft security patches recently released may cause performance problems for Windows Media Player users, according to a company advisory. Users who have applied the patches may experience problems when seeking, rewinding or fast-forwarding files, said the advisory. For example, files may return to the start position or freeze up.

At Computerworld.

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