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How do I get rid of error message across top of TV that reads "Your television cannot support HDCP video over your high definition connection (H1001)".

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04/03/13 Unplug your television for a full minute. Plug it back in and the programs display as normal. CenturyLink tech support said there's a problem with an errant signal from the Prism box thru the HDMI cable. So, you end up "rebooting" your TV - but be sure to unplug for a full minute.

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Use component cables instead of hdmi cables. I know this isn't the best solution, but HDCP is not used over component and the video quality is just about as good.

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    I had this problem also. My satellite provider told me that it was coming from one of my Premium channels, HBO in particular. They said that HBO was sending out some some sort of signal to prevent those with TV sets that do not have the HDCP software to go back to component cables instead of HDMI cables. This is the most ridiculous (and frustrating) thing I have ever heard of. We might as well go back to using Beta Max and 8-Tracks!!

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I had this same problem after At&t Uverse hooked cable up to my brand new sanyo television. He tried to use HD cable instead of component cables and this error message showed on the screen. He decided to use the component cables and he unhooked the HD cable ffrom the TV. The error message still showed so I called Sanyo. It was then that I realized that the uverse installer unhooked the HD cable from the TV but he did not unhook the HD cable from the back of the Uverse cable box. So make sure to unhook the HD cable from both places, reboot and this should work fine!!

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