Help with HDCP

Ok so i just bought LG GGC-H20L for my PC to play back HD DVD’s and Blue-Rays thinking my system meets HDCP requirements. But when I run cyberlink advisor it says my connection is Digital: (without HDCP)
This is my video card: SAPPHIRE 100185L Radeon X1950XT 512MB 256-bit GDDR3 PCI Express x16 HDCP Ready CrossFire Supported VIVO HDCP Video Card - Retail. And my HDTV is LTV-32W6 HD. My tv supports HDCP and i thought all x1950 series supported HDCP…I use a DVI to HDMI cable to hook up to my TV as the only monitor…what could be the problem? Thanks for any help.

-Ryan

Digital: (without HDCP)
Is that the only “red” shown? Is there any other red or yellow on Cyberlink BD/HD Advisor? Are you using the latest advisor v1.0.2418.0?

Yes that and the HD-DVD equipment. but I think I found the solution. On the ATI site in small print it shows this for the x1950 series

  • Playing HDCP content requires additional HDCP ready components, including but not limited to an HDCP ready monitor, disc drive, multimedia application and computer operating system

So I should be able to tell in the next couple days when i install the blue-ray/hd-dvd drive. I thought it would still show up as HDCP green light without the drive…We shall see… and thanks for the reply

-Ryan

To successfully play HD on a PC you need the video card, sound card, and monitor to all have an HDCP chip to go with the HDCP DVD player. Also you need HDMI cable.

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HD-DVD
watch movies over digital display connection, without HDCP compliant graphics card and HDCP compliant display.

Blu-Ray
watch movies over digital display connection, without HDCP compliant graphics card and HDCP compliant display.

Hope this helps :slight_smile:

Yes with Anydvdhd you can do this. You can read about it and download the trial right here on our forum.
http://www.cdfreaks.com/software/Diagnostic_-Utility/Slysoft/AnyDVD-HD.html

Does AnyDVD HD allow you to play HD movies over VGA and DVI connections? Or do you at least require HDMI?

I don’t know anything about this stuff yet so I apologize if that was a ridiculous question.

I had the same thing show up yesterday with advisor; once I installed PowerDVD advisor shows all Green.

I have the same question as Sauceful. I have a HTPC with HDMI out and DVI out but I still haven’t plunked down the cash for a HD TV so my question is if I get a blu-ray drive and the software, will I be able to output on a vga monitor or on my TV via s-video

I’ve got the same problem but I’ve already got all the HDCP compliant equipment but red on the video connection type – Digital (without HDCP)

GGC - H20L
Ati X1900Xt
KDS 24mdwb monitor Digital connection
PowerDVD BD-HD 2ch. version comes with the LG drive
all claim HDCP compliant?
Latest version cyberlink Advisor.

Any Ideas Thanks