March 27, 2007 1:43 PM PDT
Microsoft trying to make Vista iPod-friendly
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Apple had resolved several Vista compatibility issues in iTunes, but has continued to warn users to only use the eject function within iTunes to remove an iPod in Vista.
Microsoft and Apple representatives were not immediately available for comment.
Microsoft posted several other updates, including one aimed at fixing a problem that could have resulted in Canon EOS-1D users losing images if metadata was added to RAW files. Another update attempts to solve a video quality problem that some people were seeing when using video in interlaced mode, the type of video used by standard television.
The updates were noted earlier Tuesday by Windows enthusiast site Activewin.com.
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