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HDCP Compliance Issue, Everything is Compliant Though???

Q: HDCP Compliance Issue, Everything is Compliant Though???

I am having a issue playing Blu Ray disks. I continue to get a HDCP compliance error everytime I try to play a Blu Ray video. I am using arcsoft TMT6 on windows 7. I checked to make sure my monitor and video card are both HDCP compliant, and they both are. I used to be able to watch Blu Ray movies, and I'm not sure what changed, or why I cant watch them now. Also, I used cyberlink BluRay advisor and it said my "software player was not found" and "video connection type is digital without HDCP". Those are the only two problems found. I have a HP 2310 series wide lcd display and have a ATI Radeon HD 5570 video card, and am using a HDMI cable to the monitor. Can someone please help me with this.

Preferred Solution: HDCP Compliance Issue, Everything is Compliant Though???

I recommend downloading and running DAP. It can help sort out any driver and firmware related issues on your system

It's worked out well for many of us in the past.

You can download it direct from this link http://downloaddap.org. (This link will open the download page of DAP so you can save a copy to your computer.)

A: HDCP Compliance Issue, Everything is Compliant Though???

Hi Eric, The Cyberlink BD Advisor only look for a Cyberlink BD software player. You might very well have a perfectly good BD HDCP certified software player and Cyberlink won't indicate that you have it. Your non-Cyberlink BD player might need updating to play the new BD titles. The other issue might be a loose or faulty HDMI cable, a bad video card, corrupted video driver or a monitor problem. Power off the PC and monitor. Check the cables for tightness. Be sure that you monitor has only one video connection and that it is a HDMI cable. Now try a monitor reset by unplugging the monitor's power cord and then hold down the power button for 30 seconds. If you still have issues then try reinstalling the video card driver or installing the latest AMD driver from the AMD web site.

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I have a 1st generation X1 Yoga and have been having trouble purchasing/downloading HD videos from iTunes.  The iTunes store displays an error every time I try, all related to non-compliance with HDCP. This laptop certainly has the resolution so I'm not sure what the issue could be.  Based on (very) limited research, it seems as though perhaps the embedded DisplayPort (eDP) for the built-in laptop screen might be the culprit ...  When I run some of the Blu-Ray utilities, they say that the laptop does not have an HDCP-compliant display ... I've already confirmed that the computer is fullly updated (both Windows and Lenovo drivers). Wondering if anyone here has experienced something similar and what suggestion you all might have. Thanks in advance! Nir

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right guys just purchased a new PC all ready to go with a blu ray player and a 8800 gtx GPU as well as a decent TV tuner card so I'm ready to enter the HD market but I'm now stuck on what monitor to purchase.

I'm looking for a 20" monitor with DVI and/or HDMI ports which are HDCP compliant in order to watch the HD media on. Heres my big problem, finding out whether or not the monitor has a HDCP compliant DVI or HDMI port. also would like a bit of adjustability in the stand as well especially height.

Iv mainly been using ebuyer to try and find potential candidates but many of the monitors listed do not mention if they are compliant or not and neither do the manufactures websites. I would of thought this would have been a big market seller and so emphasised.

can anyone suggest one and wether or not it in fact needs to be HDCP compliant


A:HDCP compliant monitors

great monitor i have the 19in version of it and love it...
one thing that you have to be careful of is this monitor is very very glossy... which makes image quality amazing...
but if your monitor is pointed at a window and you plan to use it during the say it can get very glarry on the screen.

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is a 17" Dell TFT LCD DVI/VGA LCD Monitor w/USB Ports compatible with HDCP? this monitor is using dvi-d or vga inputs.

A:Is this monitor HDCP compliant?

I seriously doubt that monitor is HDCP compliant. I would imagine it's pretty old and HDCP probably wasn't a feature being offered when that was made. Also, any monitor you hook up via DB-15 (vga) inputs won't support HDCP.

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Im running Windows Vista Ultimate with 3 Gigs of RAM and a 2.4GHZ AMD Dual Core Processor along side an ATI All-in-Wonder x1900 XT. The problem is I just bought the XBOX 360 HDDVD drive for use on that computer and it wont play movies because it is not an HDCP compliant video card. I also tried running the drive on my other Vista Ultimate machine and found that the X1600 in that computer would play HDDVDs, but barely. I found that by decreasing my resolution it would play a little more smoothly, although it never played perfectly.
What I need is one (or dual) video cards that have good Vista drivers, enough power to run HDDVDs at 1080i on a DLP TV via HDMI or DVI, and of course that complies with HDCP. I have considered buying dual X1600 512mb cards but I am not sure this would handle Vista and an HDDVD without any hiccups. Please leave your suggestions, but try to keep it under $400 total and let me know how the Vista support is.
Thanks for all your suggestions and comments!

A:HDCP Compliant Video Card

Anyone? Should I move this post?

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Hello, I am using the Arcsoft utility to check for HDCP compliance. Unfortunately, the internal monitor fails to pass and shows the error as seen below. I have updated the display drivers from Intel website. Is there any way to get HDCP working on the laptop screen? Thanks 

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I'm hoping someone here has some experience with monitors, HDCP and EDID.

A month back my monitor suddenly wouldn't turn on after 19,000 hours of service. Fair enough.

So, I bought a repair kit and fixed 12 capacitators - a common problem with every PSU I have come by.

That worked, and the monitor is running again - a bit yellow tint though due to the many hours.

Thats not the problem.

The problem is that I had to rewrite the EDID after the power down. Somehow it went corrupt and I rewrote it succesfully with the data from the registry.

However, now the monitor displays as "not HDCP compliant" in the NVidia settings (and I know for a fact that the monitor is HDCP compliant and showed up as such before the breakdown). The Cyberlink BD Advisor tool also reports that the monitor is not compliant.

So my questions are:Has the rewriting of the EDID (in service mode) messed up HDCP?
If EDID is connected to the problem - how do I correct the EDID?
How can a power down otherwise mess up HDCP (hardware failure)?
Is there a way to fix the issue at all?
Can someone post a link to a movie that is protected in order to check that way?
The monitor is connected to my GFX on HDMI (mini) and I already tried the DVI's and turning the monitor on/off etc. The monitor is a HP w2207h and recognized by Windows as such - original drivers installed (version


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Does Nvidia make any cards that are DUAL-LINK HDCP-compliant? I.E., that will drive a 2560x1600 at full resolution with a HDCP-protected signal? As far as I know only the Radeon 2600XT card that has Dual-Link DVI HDCP which would let you watch HD content on a 2560x1600 monitor that lacked an internal scaler. I think only Gateway's 30" has the requisite internal scaler.

Does Nvidia have anything to match the 2600XT?

Thanks for any help.

A:Nvidia Dual-Link HDCP Compliant Card?

The Dual-Link HDCP support is not chipset dependent but rather manufacturer dependent. Certain will take the time to implement certain features, others will cut down costs & ship it without such feature. You'd have to look up the complete specifications for the cards you're considering to get a definite answer.

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Hi guys...an odd question here and I am mad at my IT Manager !!

Being a network Admin in-charge, i want to enforce a few policies at help desk. One of them is, not to create any user account unless an email arrives from HR to HelpDesk, informing of the user's badge ID, the department he/she belongs to. The status of employment and all those things. The procedures are in place but sometimes it so happens that some head of the Dept. call our IT Manager over the phone, or send him an email directly whcih is then forwarded to our Help Desk incharge who is then left with little options but to create the account without due processes.

HelpDesk incharge is bound by his position to defy IT manager and he is scared to tell me (sometimes he does) that IT manager is forcing him to dilute the AD account creation policy.

I don't want to confront IT manager based upon inputs by Helpdesk guys but would rather put a mechanism in place, where I would automatically come to know, that an account has been created and I can ask helpdesk to provide proof of the email from HR arbitrarily and then confront the manager.

I know some Audit trails can be put and they would appear under Securty tab of Event manager ( or so I guess) but I need something more automated that would land in my mailbox.

Is this possible?

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Products in Question:HP 2711x Monitor & HP Pavilion HPE h9-1120t Phoenix (with AMD Radeon HD 7770) OS:Windows 7 Ultimate Service Pack 1 Error:When attempting to purchase HD content from iTunes, I receive "This cannot be played in HD on this computer". Upon clicking Learn More, it describes issues with HDCP What I've done so far:1) Download/Install latest graphics driver from AMD2) Download/Install latest monitor driver from HP Not sure what the next step is or what is wrong with my system that is prohibiting this. Ideas? Thanks!

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A:Cannot display HD content - HDCP Issue

Hi, Download this Cyberlink Blu-Ray and 3D Advisor. Install the program and then launch it and click on 3D analysis. Post your results.

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got all the latest drivers, tried uninstalling and reinstalling, nothing seems to workm still can't play blu ray (cyberlink 0122 error - BD analyzer shows HDCP display isn't compliant - how do I make it compliant???  Error started when I upgraded from windows 8.1 to 10 and I can't rollback - tried that too

A:Re: Cannot display HD content - HDCP Issue

got all the latest drivers, tried uninstalling and reinstalling, nothing seems to workm still can't play blu ray (cyberlink 0122 error - BD analyzer shows HDCP display isn't compliant - how do I make it compliant???  Also downloaded the MS media pack for N KN, 64 bit Error started when I upgraded from windows 8.1 to 10 and I can't rollback - tried that too

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Anyone find a way to fix the HID compliant issue introduce with anniversary update on windows 10 ?

MSI Z87 GD65
I5 4670K
GTX 980 TI
16 GIG RAM 1600MZ
SSD samsung evo 500 gig
4TB western digital black hard drive
XFX gold 750 watts

windows 10 version 1607(OS Build 14393.51)

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We have deployed MBAM 2.0 in our environment. As per the SCCM report, we have around 200 machines which show Non-compliant but the error status is either No Error or N/A. The 'operating system compliance' field shows Non-Compliant. We are not clear with
how to proceed to make these machines compliant. Please advise.

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Microsoft support cleaned up my computer on Wed. Now I am unable to use my USB ports. They worked on the problem from 4pm to 7pm. They restarted the computer - it locked up and the connection was lost I have been trying to get reconnected with their level 2 support team since 7 (2-1/2 hrs).

It's 9:30 CST and now I am being told that they only work until 12am EST so I may not get any help tonight.

Can anyone help me, please?

A:USB xHCI Compliant Host Controller issue

The title is from the Device Manager "Other Devices" with an exclamation point in a yellow background.

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I've had this Laptop for about 2 yrs. When advised to update from Windows 8 to Windows 8.1 my touch screen stopped working. I've tried to reinstalling it from the disk. But as soon as I take the disk out the program disappears out of the device manager. Funny, with the disk in the DVD tray the HID Compliant Touch Screen works. Way is this happening? Why does it disappear?

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When I start my computer, it attempts to install a lot of "Texas Instruments 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller" drivers, however there must be only one (also according to Device Manager only one works correctly too), however I can't seem to find a way to stop this process. Even if I remove all those extra 'devices' Windows reinstalls them. While they are installing (which takes about 10-20 minutes) my Keyboard and Mouse aren't responding. It's really annoying.
Here's screenshot of Device Manager: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2637453/OHCI.PNG

Anyone know how to fix this?
Thanks in advance.

A:Texas Instruments 1394 OHCI Compliant Host Controller issue

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With my old computer and mouse, I used to be able to use the middle button for various tasks susch as opening a link in another tab, rotating the camera in games etc and i have got very used to this.

I recently purchased a Dell XPS One and am using the mouse which came with it which, according to Device Manager, is the Logitech HID Compliant Cordless Mouse.
I am running Vista Home Premium x32, and i am unable to use the middle button for this. Instead, in firefox, it is a sort of zoom function. Yesterday it started working - i don't know why - but today it has failed again and is back to the zoom function.

If i hold down the CTRL button and left click, this is the same as middle button should be, so is there any way i can swap these functions around?

I don't know if this is a problem with the mouse or with vista, or with me not finding some setting.

If it helps, my mouse driver is version which i think is up to date.

A:Logitech HID-compliant Cordless Mouse - middle mouse button issue

Have you gone to Mouse in the Vista Control Panel and see what choices you are given there to manage the mouse?

What does it say the mouse is if you look at the bottom of the mouse itself? Is there a model number?

If its a Logitech Mouse you may be able to install the Logitech SetPoint software to add extra functionality or programing options: javascript:downloadSW();

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Dear Bleepingcomputers and friends,
I need you guys' help!
Have a  customer that need help getting PCI complaint [1] at five of her facilities.   So far I only have two thing left to figure out.  I only have available Window XP Pro sp3 machines to do this on. 
1)  I need to set up an internal IDS/IPS [2] scanner.   Antivirus doesn't count (PCI's insistence).  Wireshark?
2)  I need to set up an FIM [3] system on each computer with credit card information (PCI's doesn't care that the information is encrypted).  Again, Antivirus doesn't count (PCI insistence). 
Many thanks,
1)  http://www.pcicomplianceguide.org/pcifaqs.php
2) Intrusion Detection System, Intrusion Preventions System
3) File Integrity Monitoring

A:need help with PCI compliance

price is everything in this question... Establish that and you can pretty much just Google it.
Also establishing training and user outlines/ skill-sets would be beneficial... As those XP machines could be nixxed and you could do it very cheap/free if they have decent users...

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Can anybody tell me of a good company that provides information about Compliance management? Someone recommended the site "infolocktech"
Any recommendations on this?
Dual DVD Recorders Football News

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Hello all,

while evaluating a new enterprise tool for our company a question was asked to the suppliers if their software is Vista compliant. One solution only requires a thin client with IE 5.5 or higher to use and say that they will not check if their software is Vista compliant as Vista uses IE 7 and they have tested with IE7 and Windows XP and it works fine.

Is there something that could prevent their software from working in Vista? Should we require them to certify Vista compliance?

BR Martin

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We are using Windows 8.1 currently in a Fax Appliance. this used by medical and financial offices around the country.
We need to know if Windows 8.1 currently meets HIPAA standards for compliancy. We understand it is no longer in mainstream support, and exist now in a state of extended support and will be EOL by 2023. 
If this product does not meet HIPAA compliance standards we need to know now.
Thank you,

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Is there a plan to make MBSA Section 508 compliant (American with Disabilities Act)?

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I purchased a usb type c spectre late last year (the rose version with i7 and 512GB.  It generally works well but so far the power system is very disappointing.  The basic issue is I purchased this device specifically because it purports to be USB Type C compliant.  That means I should be able to charge the device with any usb type c charger provided it meets the technical specs (e.g. 45 watts and so forth).  But it doesn't.  Instead, the software settings seem to make it in effect a proprietary set up.  If so, this is objectionable and possibly contrary Australian consumer law.  The problem is that I can only charge the device with the supplied charger.  The first issue is the charger is excessively heavy and bulky.  Why does the world's slimest and lightest laptop have such a bulky charger.  It's comparable to the laptop itself.  This is just dumb!The second issue is I can't use the rest of my USB Type C set up including a large battery, and a charger in my car.  Nor can I use my phone charger.  So I have to drag the HP charger everywhere.  The third issue is that only 1 of the 3 ports actually charges other devices at the USB Type C spec.  The 2 lighting ports are not USB Type C at all - they are just 3.1 with a usb type c connector.  So they only charge the phone at 20 per cent, the phone won't transfer data, and various peripherals such as a bluetooth keyboard/mouse don't have enough juice to... Read more

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I am currently operating XP Pro 32 bit and Directx 9. In a few days I will be installing from scratch Vista Home premium 64 bit.

What I am not sure of is whether my CPU is compliant with Directx 10.

It is an Intel Pentium D 915.

I have searched Intels site for hours to no avail.

Does anyone have an answer for me please?



A:Directx 10 Compliance

For DirectX 10 to work you need a graphics card that is capable eg ATI HD 2000 series or above

Vista is capable of running DirectX 9 and 10 so you wont need to upgrade your graphics card unless you want to use DirectX 10

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Not sure if this is the correct forum for this question...
Recently had a PCI Compliance Scan performed which I failed for the following reason: "Firewall UDP Packet Source Port 53 Ruleset Bypass".  I am using Windows Firewall in Windows 7 Pro and the only place I can find any rule that specifies
port 53 is Core Networking DNS (UDP-Out).  I am not sure if I should disable this rule or not.  Or should I block port 53 in my wireless router?
Thanks in advance!

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I'm working on a government project that includes using PowerPoint slideshows on the internet. If you're at all familiar with the government, you're aware that there is a MAJOR push to make sure all files on the internet are 508 compliant (accessible to users with disabilities.) I'm hearing from some folks that PowerPoint is NOT 508 compliant, while others say it can be MADE compliant. (In my digging around, I found a download that claims to walk you through making a PP slideshow compliant.)

Has anyone out there run into this situation? Have any suggestions?

Thanks in advance!

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Here's my situation. We have 4 systems that get remotely used. How ever we have been upgrading to be PCI-DSS compliant. We now need a way for these specific users to gain remote access to their desktops. Here are my thoughts but not sure which is best. So I'm just looking for your quick thoughts on this.

1. VPN that is PCI compliant. Then remote desktop from within the VPN. Would this still be PCI compliant? We have a Netgear FV338 router that is VPN pci compliant, but 60 bucks a client.

2. Use a 3rd party app such as go to my pc. That claims to be PCI compliant. I find these to vulnerable to changes in PCI compliancy. Will these actually pass our test?

I am just looking for options or if anyone has come across this situation?

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Hi Team.

I have a client with banking operations.

Long time send MBSA report about scanning servers to Regulatory Office.

There is documentary support about MBSA meet some Regulation, Process or Standard?


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What are the requirements for an existing application to be comaptible on Windows Vista RC1? How they are different from " Works with Windows Vista" requiremnts?

A:Requirements For Application Compliance.

I suspect that you'll have to contact Microsoft on MSDN to find that out. But, since Vista has gone RTM, I suspect they aren't very concerned with RC1 right now.

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Update: Installation successful, at the cost of one RAM module (remove from system), as suggested in this thread.
However, boot still fails with 2 modules in place.

Original Post:
Hello, my version of Windows 7 has failed to install, both at boot and within windows XP. The in-OS install failed, generically stating that it couldn't read the files it was looking for. (It REALLY needs a details tab for IT experts. It could have been my raid drivers, which seem to be running afoul in other OS's...s) The boot install didn't even start stating that my BIOS was not fully compatible with APCI.
However it is a feature-laden Gigabyte model from this year! There are no BIOS updates in regards to ACPI.

MA790TX-UD4P motherboard....

In my next installation attempt I will mount the ISO with Emulation and install from there, at least until restart.

Full system specs in my profile...

Edit: I've taken a look at this thread, I should note that I have no onboard video and only have access to an Nvidia 9800 GT with this motherboard.
I will attempt the removal of the 2nd DIMM as suggested on page 2.

A:ACPI Compliance Failure? REALLY?

Welcome SI5K,

Sounds like you have been reading some posts first, good start. Must give you a for having your system specs in place. I have found in several of my installs of Win7 that the Bios settings were rather confusing as to how ACPI was enabled or not. So I just made several attemps until I got the right one recognized by Win7 install. that's just one thought. What Build # of win7 are you installing? How did you burn the DVD? 4x speed? seems to work best for most members. You did not state how much memory you have, but you say you took 1 stick out & attempted an install.

No Over-clocking of CPU, right ?

We can start here & other members will jump in with their thoughts, also. Sounds like all the right hardware, just some minor bugs to configure correctly.

" Doc "

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What is a good PCI compliance security analyser primarily for Win 7 but also for later versions?

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Hopefully this is the right forum to post in..
I do IT work and am expanding into medical practices. I understand they must be HIPPA compliant and i was wondering if I need to be certified/take a test or anything to be able to even do IT work for a medical practice (third party IT). Some have said i need to have some certification to see the confidential patient information and I was wondering if any of you could maybe be more specific and show me what requirements they must meet or what certification I need to get to legally be able to work on their stuff, being I will be exposed to private patient information. 

A:HIPPA Compliance/Certification?

No, there is no certification required.  However, you do need to be fully aware of the HIPAA laws and the security systems on the computer and any transference of data must be HIPAA compliant.
For more information, you can read these:
Orange Blossom

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Hi all - I'm having an error throughout many of the security and compliance pages in my instance - not getting too much help as yet so thought I'd post here. The errors I'm seeing are as follows:


The requested search root 'APCPR06A002.prod.outlook.com/ConfigurationUnits/XXXXXXXXXXXXXX.onmicrosoft.com/Configuration/Transport Settings/Rules/SafeAttachmentVersioned' is not within the scope
of this operation. Cannot perform searches outside the scope 'apcprd06.prod.outlook.com/Configuration/Services/Microsoft Exchange/ExchangeLabs'.

The requested search root 'APCPR06A002.prod.outlook.com/ConfigurationUnits/XXXXXXXXXXXX.onmicrosoft.com/Configuration/Transport Settings/Rules/AntiPhishVersioned' is not within the scope of this operation. Cannot
perform searches outside the scope 'apcprd06.prod.outlook.com/Configuration/Services/Microsoft Exchange/ExchangeLabs'.

The requested search root 'APCPR06A002.prod.outlook.com/ConfigurationUnits/XXXXXXXXX.onmicrosoft.com/Configuration/Transport Settings/Rules/SafeLinksVersioned'
is not within the scope of this operation. Cannot perform searches outside the scope 'apcprd06.prod.outlook.com/Configuration/Services/Microsoft Exchange/ExchangeLabs'.

Any thoughts?

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I work at a very small business with a newer credit card machine that is wired into a Netgear router with an Ethernet cable.

Credit card terminal runs thur no computer, it is hooked directly to the router.

I try to take care of all the IT concerns and problem when they come up.

The new PCI compliance rules that went into effect on Jan 31st 2018 are giving me real problems.

We have a static IP address which has not changed for about 4 years.
We always passed the PCI compliance scan done by a company called Trustwave.

For the pass 2 months we have failed the scans. The reason stated in the report is "Host not detected".

They (Trustwave) has told me that something in the router must be blocking the scan.

Basically they have been no help.

Does anyone know the solution to this problem?? I think that there must be thousands of small business with the same problem, as I tried to call Trustwave support but got only voice mail leave a call back number because of high call volume. I have been communicating with them only by email.

I am thinking that there must be a simple solution to this, but I have not found it yet.

If we passed the last 4 years and nothing on our end has changed then why can we not pass now.?

Makes no sense to me.

Anybody got any ideas ??? Should I call the bank that services the credit card machine ?

Thanks in advance for any help..................

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High Definition Control Protocol,

I do not fully understand, but if you are having sound issues with the newer equipment, it might not be a driver problem! Whomever has started applying control mechanisms to content. Be it TV manufacturers or Vid card manufacturers.
This I know, my older computer with no HDCP parts will allow me to connect to HDTV, DVI>HDMI for video and mini stereo plug>rcs splitter for sound, and I get sound. My new puter which has HDCP compliant vid cards will not give me sound with same type connections???????????????????
Any one more clear about this stuff and can illuminate me?
Is there such a thing as a Realtek HDMI driver?


Quote: Originally Posted by spyknee

High Definition Control Protocol,

I do not fully understand, but if you are having sound issues with the newer equipment, it might not be a driver problem! Whomever has started applying control mechanisms to content. Be it TV manufacturers or Vid card manufacturers.
This I know, my older computer with no HDCP parts will allow me to connect to HDTV, DVI>HDMI for video and mini stereo plug>rcs splitter for sound, and I get sound. My new puter which has HDCP compliant vid cards will not give me sound with same type connections???????????????????
Any one more clear about this stuff and can illuminate me?
Is there such a thing as a Realtek HDMI driver?

I use an ASROCK ion 330 as my HTPC... Yes it has a separate HDMI Audio driver that has to be installed before you hear sound from the TV set.... I have no idea how common this is but I can confirm it does exist.

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Does anyone know if ATI's newer cards support HDCP? I recently picked up a 512MB x1650 pro, and it's supposed to be "HDCP ready". However, I was reading that ATI ran into some trouble not too long ago because they claimed that some of their cards were HDCP capable, but it turns out they weren't.

A:Ati Hdcp

You have to check if the manufacture of the card supports it or not. The GPU may support it, but its up to each individual manufacturer to implement it properly, and not all have.

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I just bought an ASUS 22" monitor that I was so wrapped in, I raced out and got one for my Missus from the same retailer but I see it is a "slightly" different model and is lacking the HDCP label.

The actual models are VW222U and VW222S respectively.

I know this aspect has something to do with HD-DVD, Blue Ray etc. but should I raise a stink over this and demand it be swapped over or just ignore it?

My wife rarely uses the PC and Moniter for anything except messing about with the usual MS Office programs, Quicken and more recently picture editing etc. on a very low scale.

I really can't spot any difference so what should I do?

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My graphics card says HDCP, but there is no explanation anywhere online of what it does. They tell you what it is. Some of them explain how it works. But there is no example or anything on exactly what happens or how to use it.

So what does it mean if my card is HDCP? Does that mean I'll be able to watch anything on any monitor? I don't get this.

A:What is HDCP?

I always thought it was 'High Definition Compliant Product' but I am not sure if thats correct or not.

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Interesting information on trying to connect external displays with a T25. Using the thunderbolt port directly to a thunderbolt input on the monitor I am able to connect an external monitor at [email protected] I'm not able to set a bit depth other then 8 bit RGB for standard use no matter what I set the refresh rate at even though the monitor should support it. I think this may be a limitation with the Intel 620 because oddly enough I can turn on HDR, the monitor automatically displays "HDR MODE" and it enters a 10 bit colorspace mode.  Connecting via displayport will allow me to get [email protected] and HDMI at [email protected] No HDR here. But everyone and his sister has done this before so that's not news. I cannot turn on HDR using either of these connection methods but that should be expected based on bandwidth. I can't for the life of me get HDCP 2.2 to work on an external monitor but I think that may be due to the fact that the thunderbolt port is really just two channels of displayport 1.2. I guess the DRM masters who came up with HDCP decided to allow exceptions for content displayed directly on a built in monitor vs external displays because HDCP works on the built-in display. Long winded point of my message - when am I getting a T28/T29/T30 with this keyboard and newer chipsets/CPUs?

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I know that there was a lot of discussion on HDCP on these forums.
I checked these posts What is HDCP?
Understanding HDCP -- Blu-Ray copy protection and its h
I still have few doubts. I will extremely thankful if some one can help me clear my doubts.

I am building cinema player for an art house film club here in India. We have a small chain of places where we can exhibit our films. We also screen some commercial films here on some weekends.

My graphics card is HDCP enabled.
Now all I want to do is to protect my content using HDCP. I know that HD-DVD and Blueray are protected by the way of HDCP. But my content is HD video in avi/h264/mpeg4 format. Now if I want to play my content safely (preventing DVI/HDMI splitters) I need to utilise the HDCP capability of my graphics card. But how do I notify my graphics card that my content should be played using HDCP encryption. Like Blueray players has a protection mechanism I would like to implement the same in to my video/audio files or in to the media player so that when these files are being played back I would like HDCP enabled.


A:HDCP-How to?

Of what I can understand is that you want to show your stuff with HDCP protection enabled. As far as I know, there is NO way to protect your content from home. Also, HDCP uses a "key" to encode the content... However, if no software knows the key (it's heavily encrypted), they won't be able to playback anything. That is why most blu-ray players on the market are regularly updated with the latest blu-ray releases or at least connect to a database to be able to get the key. HDCP is only for Blu-ray Video discs. You can't protect a file on the hard drive with HDCP. If you want to do that, encrypt the hard drive (not safe imo).

If you are going to play commercial movies, all you need a HDCP compatible graphic card, HDMI and HDCP enabled monitor.

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Where can I read some quick tutorial on layer 2 and layer 3 connectivity, IOS images, ISO compliance?


A:Layer 2 and 3 connectivity, IOS images, and ISO compliance???


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I have a web based application and want it to port it on Windows Vista . What are the procedures I must follow to check for its compliance on safe deployment on Vista?

A:Web Based Application Compliance Testing

Let's see. I have no clue, but if I think about it, it must be:
Does your web server software work properly in Vista?
Which flavor of Vista do you plan on using?
Do you have the hardware to support it?
Have you checked into any of the documentation?
If you have checked into the documentation, promptly ignore it, set up your own test box, and see how things shake out. If what you find out on your own correlates with the documentation, then you might start to have some confidence.

That's where I would start if it were me. Essentially, a web service comes down to the web-server software, some sort of a middle tier, and I would imagine some sort of database. Are they compatible with Vista?

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(i was wondering if anyone has a list of all the hipaa guidelines for computers/networks/systems?

i've been trying to find a comprehensive list but all i can find online are legal documents. i'm looking for a list that i can use as a checklist.

like passwords must be this length and workstations must lock after so many minutes.

any assistance is greatly appreciated.

thank you. = ])

A:(hipaa compliance cheat sheet?)

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I have been trying to make my web pages 3WC / 4.01 compliant and viewable as much as possible across different browsers (albeit not perfectly)

I have been to http://AnyBrowser.Com and checked my pages in their site viewer. I have looked at the 3WC homepage and their markup Validation service at http://validator.w3.org/

Basically according to all the above, my pages look like crap and have heaps of errors.

I have located the online HTML Tidy service at:


I have used this HTML Tidy in combination with the Site Viewer at AnyBrowser.com and the Validator at 3WC.

After having reviewed and noted results of my existing pages in the Site Viewer and the Validator, I put my pages through the HTML Tidy, Copied the Page Source, pasted this into Dreamweaver and uploaded new pages.

I have put these new pages back through the Site Viewer and the Validator only to find that the pages are MUCH worse than they were before.

Even in the 3WC Validator the code entered by HTML Tidy is noted as errors (ex: Doc Type is replaced by Tidy code etc).

I can't understand why HTML Tidy would allow this to happen if it is indeed supposed to promote the 3WC compliance?

I am thinking that my only option at this point is to delete my HTML Tidy pages, go back to the originals and go through the errors listed in the 3WC Validator and manually fix them one by one...which (even with the error explanations handy) I am not sure that I can do properly (or indeed ... Read more

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Hi All,
I have a customer that is trying to jump through Trustwave's
questionnaire on PCI compliance (credit cards).  This is
their explanation of one of the required tests:  they
want both "vulnerability" and "penetration testing".  Now I don't
see the difference, but they do:
       Vulnerability scanning uses automated tools to attempt
       to discover vulnerabilities in the cardholder data
       environment.  Penetration testing goes further by
       having personnel *manually* attempt to exploit
       vulnerabilities and gaps in security the same way a
       criminal would.  Without penetration testing, you may
       know where vulnerabilities may be, but you won't know
       how deep an attacker can get or what he may be able to
"Manually"?  How is the world does one do that?  Try to log in
with telnet?  Call the local federal prison and ask to borrow
a hacker for the day?  What can I do manually that the
"automated tools" can't?
Now I an see trying to seal the hole and retesting, but
that is not what they are asking for.  They want me
to sit down and try to breaking into the thing *the same
way a criminal would*!

A:PCI compliance: vulnerability vs penetration testing

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When you change the following registry value to "1", is FIPS enabled in realtime or does the machine need to be rebooted?


We require FIPS 140-2 compliance on all machines running WinZip. I was wondering if it was possible to enable FIPS when WinZip is opened. FIPS breaks several sites, applications, etc in our environment and trying to find the best way to be FIPS compliant so
that WinZip runs in FIPS mode. FIPS is not needed for anything other than WinZip at this point. Any suggestions?

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