|Originally posted by Spalt Spalter|
I've got a problem with this cable receiver when I connect via DVI to my projector. The DVI port on my projector is HDCP complient, but when I turn the 3250HD, I get an error message that says my HDTV is not HTCP complient. However, if I unplug the DVI cable from the cable box after I power everything on, and then plug the cable back in, everything is fine. As soon I as shut of either the projector or the cable box, I'm back in the same boat. Does anybody know if this can be fixed?
I am experiencing a similar situation.
I have a ScientificAtlanta 3250HD (from TimeWarner) and a Sayno HT30744(CRT) .
If I connect the STB to the TV using a DVI to HDMI cable, I must re-boot the STB before the TV and STB will sync up. Once I turn the TV off and back on, I must re-boot the STB before the HDMI connection will work again.
Although this works, I consider it an unacceptable work-around to the issue. I should be able to turn the TV on and have it work via HDMI without having to re-boot the STB every time.
Is it a problem with the STB, the TV, or the combination of the two?
What is solution?
For what its worth, It looks like the TV is forgetting the encryption keys and the STB and TV are not negotiating a new set of keys. Other the a re-boot of the cable box, is there a way to force the negotiation on either the STB or the TV?