This should be of interest to anyone having problems with DVI, HDCP and their front projector system.http://cjhengineering.com/hdtv/cable...ctfirmware.htm
-Firmware 7.10 has allowed for functionality of
Firewire recording to a Windows XP machine with
some software & a little TLC.
-Audio Crackling problem that was apparent on 7.07
seems to be fixed with 7.10.
-7.10 has also enabled 5C HDCP on both the DVI &
Firewire. This has caused an issue with
"unauthorized" messages on the DVI inputs of
HDCP compliant Televisions.
The reason for this is that the DCT has a default
setting in it that automatically sends out an
"unauthorized" signal to the display device for
approximately 30 sec, when it doesn't see the HDCP
"handshake". This happens when the displays input
is changed or the television is turned off before the
DCT is turned off.
The "band-aid" is to make sure that the STB gets
turned OFF BEFORE the television is turned off or
the input is changed from DVI. Also, that the
Television is turned "ON" or tuned to the DVI input
"BEFORE" the DCT is turned back "ON".
For most users it will only require a "redo" of their
macros. But for users that are running a Front
Projector they will have to wait until a permanent fix
comes along via firmware.
Also another quick fix which may be easier for some is
to just unplug & plug back in the DVI cable. When
you do this the STB automatically asks for the
handshake and will reacquire signal.