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To resolve the "HDCP unauthorized. Content disabled" issue, try these steps:
If you are trying to stream 4K Ultra HD content when you see the purple screen, review the instructions for setting up your Roku player for 4K. Go to the next step if you continue to see a purple screen.
On both your Roku player and your TV or AVR, unplug each end of the HDMI cable.
Power off your TV and your Roku player and unplug their respective power supplies.
Reconnect both ends of the HDMI cable, pushing them firmly, all the way in.
Reconnect your TV and your Roku player to their power supplies and power them on.
Try viewing the video again.
If the above did not resolve your issue, try these additional suggestions:
Try a different HDMI input on your TV.
Try using a different HDMI cable (less than 6 feet if available), just to make sure the cable you are currently using does not have any defects.
If you are using an HDMI switch or AVR, try connecting the Roku player directly to the TV.
Try another TV, if possible.
If you are using a computer monitor, try using a TV, if possible.
Try using different Display Settings on your Roku player. You can find these settings under Settings >Display type.
If this is the first time you are seeing this HDCP purple screen after setting up your Roku player, ensure that your TV and/or AVR supports HDCP. Contact your equipment manufacturer for more information.
1) Does your service provider (TV company) have HD service to your house and do you subscribe to that option?
2) How is your box hooked to your TV? HDMI or at least Component cables are required to achive HD modes.
3) Does the Roku box have setting that determine the output resolution?
Glenda, Are you connected to your tv by HDMI or AV cables? The blue screen is usually an indication of one of two things. 1: The HDMI cable has come loose but not entirely disconnected (Turn off Roku and TV unplug the HDMI cable from the Roku AND Tv and reconnect them making sure to seat the ends securely and turn on TV and Roku in that order) 2: your TV or receiver may not support HDCP (a content copy-protection
solution) over HDMI. This is generally true for older TV models that
have early HDMI implementations that do not follow current
standards. Try connecting your player with the included A/V composite