Following the blunder last month of the slight problem of Microsoft's new Zune MP3 player not working with its latest Windows Vista, Microsoft has released a software update on its download page.

The update comes just a day after Microsoft updated the Zune's Firmware update. The update fixes some bugs in the installation process and also adds Vista support.

The digital media player, which received a lukewarm launch earlier this year in America is expected to be launched in the UK sometime next year, although Microsoft has yet to set a date.

Coming in black, brown, and white, the player retails for $250, holds 30GB worth of data, and displays photos and videos on a 3-inch screen. Unlike the world’s most popular digital audio player, the iPod, the Zune features an FM tuner, and wireless capabilities, although critics say that Microsoft failed to exploit its Wi-Fi potential as it should have.