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Message du 14-04-2011 @ 23:05
Problème résolu par une nouvelle installation (prévue pour cause d'upgrade de disque système). Tout fonctionne à présent. Même hardware, même software.... C'est à n'y rien comprendre.
Il n'y a donc pas de problème d'HDCP avec les GTX 560Ti.
Pour information, voici ci-dessous les échanges (du plus récent au plus vieux) avec le support Nvidia. L'interlocuteur (Ray) a été particulièrement réactif. Cela fait plaisir d'avoir des interlocuteurs techniques: je fais cette remarque car j'ai posé des questions à Asus pour un problème de sortie numérique qui garde la valeur du dernier bit lors d'un arrêt en pause sur les Asus Xonar Essence ST/STX (problème partagé par plusieurs utilisateurs) > pas de réponse ni même de reconnaissance du problème...
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Response (Ray) 04/14/2011 01:57 PM
Thanks for the update Nicolas, I'm glad this is working for you.
Customer (Cronos) 04/14/2011 01:49 PM
I made the fresh install and everythink went back to normal. I now can play bluray on my PC. I thought at first it might have been an issue related to my Virtual Machines, but no, all my software worked as before... It seems that it will be another unsolved mystery of IT...
Thank you very much for your time.
Customer (Cronos) 04/13/2011 01:41 PM
I'm using à sraight HDMI to HDMI cable on the TV and straight DVI to DVI on the NEC screen.
I'll probably seen things clearer after a new install... I will come back to you by tomorrow morning.
Thank you for your time.
Response (Ray) 04/13/2011 01:28 PM
Thanks for the update Nicolas. I'm definitely not seeing the issue here on my setup. I just ran this on my system using the same GeForce GTX 560 Ti and HP display via HDMI and the BD Advisor pass. I'm attaching the "hdcp.jpg" for your review. This was using straight HDMI to HDMI connection. I noticed on my setup the BD Advisor detect my video connection type as "Digital (with HDCP) while yours did not. Are you using straight HDMI to HDMI or are you suing DVI to HDMI adapter and then to HDMI on TV?
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Customer (Cronos) 04/13/2011 01:12 PM
The softwares I used are:
Arcsoft TotalMedia Theatre 5 (http://www.arcsoft.com/estore/software_title.asp?ProductCode=TMT5P -> trial version)
Cyberlink Power DVD 7.3 with the latest updates (same software used on the cumputer using the AMD HD4650 : this software works with BD)
Cyberling BD & 3D Advisor (http://www.cyberlink.com/prog/bd-support/diagnosis.do)
I tried every standards resolution 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 720i with or without sound + standard PC resolutions (800x600; 1024x768; 1280x720;1680x1050) on both the Sony than the NEC and the result is always the same.
Tomorrow I intend to do a fresh setup of my OS. I will try the tests at every step of the installation to eventually identify the piece of software that may interfere with the BD softwares. I'll come back to you if i somehow find an explanation.
Response (Ray) 04/13/2011 12:06 PM
Thanks for the update. If this had worked with an AMD HD4650 then we can rule out the TV for sure. Let me ask our lab to test this and see if they can replicate the failure. Can you tell me which version of the ArchSoft TMT you are using? Meanwhile does changing the resolution has any impact to the problem? Go into the NVIDIA Control Panel > Change Resolution, you should see a list of resolutions available for HD, SD, and possibly PC. Can you try one of the native/recommended resolution under HD, SD and PC and see if that has any impact to the problem?
Customer (Cronos) 04/13/2011 11:45 AM
Thanks for your answer. I said Sony Bravia because I tested both display (but seperatly, no dual screen) with my pc and the issue is the same. And the HDMI port is HDCP compliant since I have another PC working with an AMD HD4650 and a bluray player that read perfectly HD content on that HDMI port.
The problem stays with every ports of all the screens I have in my possession.
I just tried again with a new TV I just bought (Bravia 32EX521) and the issue is still here. I think the probleme is not screen related.
On a french forum I also figured out that another GTX560Ti user had use but not with a bluray since he doesn't have a BD driver but with a recorded HD movie. He didn't considered the issue at that time but "HDCP problem" was mentionned.
Response (Ray) 04/13/2011 11:21 AM
Thank you for contacting NVIDIA Customer Care. The 266.66 and the latest 270.51 beta drivers are HDCP compliant, not really sure why the BD players are detecting otherwise. Looking at the screen capture, the NVIDIA Control Panel list your display as a "NEC EA231WMi", is this the same Sony Bravia 40W4000? It's possible that the vendor ID for the Sony Bravia is based on NEC components. Just wanted to make sure it's the same display. I assume the Sony Bravia is the only display attached or are you running multiple monitors? We have received reports of users having HDCP problem when connected via the front/side HDMI input. Apparently on some of the Sony Bravia, only the HDMI input from the back is HDCP compliant. If you haven't already, tried different HDMI inputs.
NVIDIA Customer Care
Customer (Cronos) 04/12/2011 11:25 PM
I've a problem when trying to play Bluray Disk on my computer: every piece of software specialised in BD playback says my system is not HDCP compliant while Nvidia drivers integrated test says I am. Who must I believe and how can I play my blurays.
Are Nvidia's 266.66 drivers realy HDCP compliant ?
(note: I also tried with the latest beta drivers with the same results)
Core i7 2600
geForce GTX 560Ti
Asus Xonar Essence ST
Samsung BD drive
Sony Bravia 40W4000 (HDMI connection)