I would be grateful for any help.
I have a Lenovo ThinkCenre All in One PC.
I also have Sky Go, where in theory I can play purchase films on different devices.
Although I can add this computer as a device, when I try and play a Movie it says that:
"This video can only be played on displays that support HDCP, please disconnect any external cables and try again".
The only external cables I have is Power, Keyboard and Mouse.
I have contacted Sky who says it is a hardware problem not a Sky problem.
Apparently, it usually comes up with this error if you have an HDMI cable connected as (from what I can gather) it thinks you maybe making copies of the movie.
Sky kept telling me to remove the HDMI cable, despite the fact that I told them there wasn’t one!
Does anyone know how to make this PC "support HDCP"?
Any help very gratefully appreciated. Many thanks, S
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