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The time now is 23:50. The problem went away after that.

Top Login or register to post comments Thu, 07/05/2012 - 4:59am (Reply to #13) #14 SJMaye Offline Joined: 10 Sep 2010 I thought I Does the XPS One 27 use an internal DisplayPort for connecting the display? My signals were in the 70% range, the highest in the low 80%'s. http://forumfamiljar.com/display-driver/display-driver-error-protected-content.php

The video playback device does not support playback of protected content" This is on a MC that was installed and working fine on Comcast and now, inWisconsin, on Time Warner Cable Channels which are "clear" (i.e. However, it will not allow me to use digital channels on my new XPS One 27 Touch, the digital cable advisor says it is not digital cable ready because my display Windows Media Center, EyeTV, MythTV, etc.

Display Driver Error The Video Playback Device Does Not Support Playback Of Protected Content

Right click on MediaCenterRecoveryTask and choose Run. So basically it has nothing to do with Intel Rapid Storage application, just the UAC prompt when you try to open it will make live tv work. W7callerid.com.[/b] Last edited by ckendalls on Wed Feb 08, 2012 6:14 am, edited 1 time in total. I had to use this when I swapped motherboards.

I'm using my ATI 5850 card connecting a 24'' acer monitor via DVI for the display. Posted by mahleywc on 19 Feb 2013 11:15 Houtech. My thanks to rtbond for reminding me of a major annoyance... Hdcp Displayport The error message looks something like this... "The video playback device does not support playback of protected content" Please see the following link for details on resetting DRM...

Never would have thought. If network traffic is a concern, have it moved at off peak times. Posted by Brian Emanuel on 19 Mar 2013 20:29 I found a fix (at lest for me). http://www.thegreenbutton.tv/forums/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=10690 A few times I was able to view CBS on the SD and HD channels, but later got the display driver error thing.

my thanks to Mediaman for these tips for Guide Tool... Please turn JavaScript back on and reload this page. One of those two should solve your problem and a new graphic card such as a GT430 nVidia isn't very costly to solve your problems if it's HDCP related. CCI 00) should come in fine.

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Open WMC. my site An example of a recording in progress: Code: Select all Newer 2.9 g Chopped_FOODHD_2012_02_21_20_58_01.wtv 2012/02/21 21:32:28 ERROR 32 (0x00000020) Deleting Source File \\Television\recorded_tv\Chopped_FOODHD_2012_02_21_20_58_01.wtv The process cannot access the file because it Display Driver Error The Video Playback Device Does Not Support Playback Of Protected Content sig rig 2. 930 i7 x64 ultimate (backup, media center PC) 3. Windows Media Center Displayport I'll add a section in the first post about RoboCopy tomorrow .

I did see that if I disconnected the HDMI cable from the MC some of the channels would display on my HTPC case built-in display (vga). http://forumfamiljar.com/display-driver/display-driver-error-the-video-playback-device.php Desktop Desktop computer Forums (Audio, General Hardware, Video) Get this RSS feed Home Forums Wiki Details 45 Replies 10 Subscribers Postedover 4 years ago Options RSS Share XPS One 27, Windows Posted by Brian Emanuel on 29 Mar 2013 6:07 1. Speed : 669.668 MegaBytes/min. The Video Playback Device Does Not Support Playback Of Protected Content Hdhomerun

  • I am able to access all my channels when viewing them on my Windows 7 laptop using Media Center.
  • The Mitsubishi TV I had been using was never a problem.
  • Re: Problem with HD 4000 and "protected content" in Windows Media Center RehabMan May 3, 2012 4:16 PM (in response to BenSanford) DisplayPort is not considered DHCP capable by Windows Media

Almost everything on TWC is marked as copy once (unlike most other cable systems that have many "open" programs). Does anyone have any ideas to solve this. For example, \\Television\recorded_tv and \\Television_II\recorded_tv for the TV's and on my media server, I have shares for each TV set up where the .wtv files are copied to. useful reference Depending on your graphic card, it may show you the HDCP status for your connection.

If it is not, the amplifier will just amplify a bad signal. I am essentially starting all over here in Wisconsin. History of Hardware Releases From SiliconDust HDHR-US (rev1): 1010-1012 device IDs, 2 tuners, 2 inputs, ATSC/QAM, released 2007 HDHR-US (rev2): 1013+ device IDs, 2 tuners, 2 inputs, ATSC/QAM, released 2/2008 HDHR-T1-US:

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Has worked flawlessly for me and the wife; she not being a tech-first person, helps her feel like everything is still "watching TV" Vs. I have a couple Acer Aspire Revo's connected to TV's that record programs all day. RCShadow Posts: 347 Joined: Sat Feb 19, 2011 9:39 pm Quote Postby RCShadow » Wed Feb 08, 2012 10:12 am Please do add W7CallerID to your nice list. It may be you have not run the Digital Cable Advisor in the Extras / Gallery of WMC.

Media Center Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7 Forums is an independent web Wanted to do a clean install and format the hard drive due to past computer problems. Go to Media, then Image Enhancement, and uncheck the Adaptive Contrast Enhancement. this page I may have some other things going on.

and you can't get "protected path" from Windows with DP.I ended up buying a discrete Nvidia GT 430 card that supports dual-link DVI and put the Intel HD3000 out to pasture... Left Margin: How many units should Media Center pull in critical elements from the left of the screen? • Enable AddIn Debugging: AddIns start automatically when Media Center starts. The video card connection to this display is DVI-->VGA converter then vga cable to the built-in display. For UK users, it has support for live TV and catch up programs from the UK's main TV providers (BBC, ITV, Channel 4 and Five), as well as all of the

There are so many added options with this Microsoft add-on the Media Center to list but the high-lights are: • Display Wireless Passwords: When joining a wireless network, do you want Nevertheless a roomy in the house is now paying for HBO! Pay attention to step #4 to run as Administrator to make sure you're extender settings get applied. Top Margin: How many units should Media Center pull in critical elements from the top of the screen?

http://www.milliesoft.co.uk/index.php?o ... &Itemid=11 As they say in the UK, give it a go! I think you are better of recording locally and then have some scheduled copy to a network drive once the recording is done. The online resources like speedguide.net are a good indicator of your web throughput and also your internal intranet (home network).