Question about Emerson LC320EM8 32 in. LCD TV
HDCP- High bandwith digital content protection is something that would be built into your tv. it prevents you from copying programs to another device. You have two options- one use a different type of cables like say rca red-white-yellow cables or for hd video. component blue green red cables and red and white cables for sound
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Sounds like your HDCP is failing [High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection]. HDCP is used to protect digital copyrighted content as it travels from a device to your TV, usually via a HDMI or DVI cable. Or by WiFi.
If HDCP fails on either end of the connection the default is to halt the stream, possible solution, reverse the ends of the cable or if this fails try a new cable. Don't go for a cheep cable though. But in the same vain you don't need one of the ultra expensive ones either.
If WiFi then the signal could be weak, this is nothing to do with the speed, but with the strength of the signal.
Changing the Wifi channel could work as this may obviate loss of strength due to interference. Also check other unrelated devices, for example a microwave oven with faulty shielding would cause issues when running.
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