KB960544 February 2009 Cumulative Update for Media Center for Windows Vista

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 February 2008 Cumulative Update for Media Center for Windows Vista resolves the following issues:

    * The Ehvid.exe process crashes. This issue is reported by the Dr. Watson application when it occurs.
    * Only the audio part of back-to-back recordings plays on computers that have digital cable card tuners. This issue is occurs after the installation of update 955519.

Note This update contains the fix for both host computers and Media Center Extenders.

And for those running the TV pack

KB958653 February 2009 Cumulative Update for Media Center TV Pack for Windows Vista

Issues that are resolved by this update
The February 2009 Cumulative Update for Media Center TV Pack for Windows Vista resolves the following issues:

    * Fixes an issue in which the screen saver starts every 10 minutes when you play music with photo slides how in Windows Media Center Extenders.
    * Fixes an issue in which continuous music playback fails in Windows Media Center Extenders.
    * Fixes a robustness issue in scenarios with in-band data (DVB).
    * Fixes an issue in which in-band schedule data recordings are split into multiple files.
    * Fixes an issue in which the computer may crash after you remove or upgrade tuner hardware.
    * Fixes an issue in which guide data stops downloading.
    * Fixes an issue in which scheduled recordings disappear.
    * Improves the experience of re-enabling device sync for recorded TV.

      Note To improve the experience of re-enabling device sync for recorded TV, you should also install the update that is mentioned in Microsoft Knowledge Base article 960774.

The second one looks like it might fix a couple of issues I have been seeing since the last patch. Time will tell.