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Vectra Decoder HMC3021 + TV SAMSUNG ERROR HDCP HDMI

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  • #1
    stasiekjunior
    Level 10  
    Hello. Today I was a fitter and installed TV Vectre with a basic decoder. The problem is that when connecting via HDMI tv shows HDCP error. Previously, I had a problem with the console, PS3 where there was also a display problem. Is there an adapter cable to avoid this? I'm not interested in buying a new TV. In the picture of the set-top box, I have VGA, COMPONENT and both HDMI on the TV. Vectra Decoder HMC3021 + TV SAMSUNG ERROR HDCP HDMI
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  • #3
    stasiekjunior
    Level 10  
    I'm sorry, I did not add: le32b350
  • #5
    stasiekjunior
    Level 10  
    Yes checked on 3 cables. Earlier I do not know how much it can help the PS3 worked without any problem for some time does not work anymore, on another TV is ok. The HMDI laptop works without a problem
  • #6
    Pedros050
    Level 43  
    An HD ready 720p TV set but should it have an image from this decoder as well as the console itself detects the resolution of the TV? You hooked up to one and two HDMI sockets and nothing?
  • #7
    stasiekjunior
    Level 10  
    So I checked everything if possible, the console through reset should display the image in a lower resolution, despite it does not display anything. One decoder shows a blue background, the other at the fitter just showed an HDCP error. As I wrote above, the laptop works ok on 2 HDMI sockets.
  • #8
    Pedros050
    Level 43  
    And try to restore this TV to the factory settings and after this operation, connect this HDMI cable?
  • #9
    stasiekjunior
    Level 10  
    Unfortunately, none of these brings the desired effect.
  • #10
    KOCUREK1970
    Network and Internet specialist
    stasiekjunior wrote:
    Unfortunately, none of these brings the desired effect.

    Well, there will be no solution here - except for buying a new tv or switching to a regular EURO.
    TV supports the old version of HDCP protection (protocol) and you can not change anything, because this hardware conditioning and the decoder probably has a newer version.