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My T V is not working correctly!

Message comes up that says "The HD content Protection of your display has been compromised please use your Component connection" Then the screen turns green, but you can still hear the sound.

We changed to a HDMI cable. After doing that, every time we wanted to watch tv, we had to power the tv before the cable. If we did not, it would flash a green screen. We never had to do that before until we switched cables out. Today, I was watching tv and a blue screen with a message that read " Your HD content protection has been compromise, please switch to the _____ cable (not sure exactly what it is called but the 5 cord cable)". Is there certain HDMI cables that are not completely campatible with certain tv's? Please help.I get the same message when using my cable box with an HDMI cable but NOT with my DVD player. I do NOT get the message with cable box and component cables. Would love to know what's going on. Have a Samsung 50" DLP (HLS5087W) TV.

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Try changing the wire one to another.
note only audio and video wires.

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HDCP handshaking is done between devices that run HDMI, or DVI.

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