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HDCP compatible I hooked up my DVI input on my HP VP6320 projector using an adapter that has an HDMI connector. I connected the HDMI end to my DVD player and it played for about 10 seconds then I got a message" HDCP not compliant". Am I missing an adjustment to a setting somewhere?

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  • dodgyboy Mar 09, 2009

    When i connect my


    DVI input on my HP VP6320 projector using an adapter that has an HDMI connector. I connected the HDMI end to my SkyHD set top box, it plays for about 10 seconds then the picture refreshes itself putting the main menu index on the projector screen up before going back to the picture from SkyHD, is there a setting im not using? any help would be greatly appreciated

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There is no fix to this. basically HP did not make the HDCP very robust. It will DHCP with some DVD players, not all. HP is calling this a computer projector and down play the issue. No fix, try different DVD players. I had good luck with Toshiba HD.

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