Hi, I keep getting HDCP error in PowerDVD 17. Its not due to my monitor. I think it has to do with my GPU or my GPU driver. What should i do?
need to post your computer specs/configuration. Found this from Cyberlink: https://membership.cyberlink.com/forum/posts/list/0/63965.page
Go to AMD Support here: Download Drivers and download the appropriate FULL set of AMD Drivers. Also install the latest PowerDVD 17 patch from Cyberlink.
I would ask Cyberlink Support for help. They may be able to guide you to whether it is Powerdvd or GPU driver or both at fault.
My specs. AMD Athlon II 880K, 8GB DDR3 1866, Radeon RX 460 2GB, Toshiba 1TB HDD, ASUS Blu-Ray Drive.
I tried old drivers and new ones, and i still didnt see the result in having HDCP enabled.
I hope AMD will release a driver that has HDCP enabled.
I just changed the cable. And now says HDCP enabled. That was the problem.
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