After making the DVI connection, if you have a Toshiba HDTV, please go to:stx said:My 8010HD rebooted yesterday. I quick check reveiled SARA release 184.108.40.206. Don't know if anything new or if DVI is working better. I'll check this evening.
Anyone else noticed this?
I trust you participated in the poll for Toshiba's and DVI?stx said:I just checked and the update from 220.127.116.11 to 18.104.22.168 didn't fix any DVI issue with my Toshiba 34HFX83.
My present software details on page 17 are:stx said:Yes I participated! I wonder why Videotron sent an update since nothing is new. Videotron should publish release notes!
I'd suggest you run the 8000HD's setup wizard through component out and check the HD mode(s) that your projector supports, don't forget to select the desired picture mode (Pass-thru or Upconvert1/2 should do). Then try connecting the projector and the STB using DVI cable. Turn the projector on first and then the STB. I remember having a bit of a difficulty using DVI out of 8000HD prior to configuring it this way... Oh yeah, don't forget to disconnect the component out of the STB when you're using DVI out. But then again, I'm with Rogers, not Videotronstephrich1 said:HI
After ten's of test with videotron my front projector Sharp DT-400 does not handshack with my 8000PVR trough DVI.
I did have it working with both TV's digital video inputs: DVI & HDMI (have already returned the 8000HD unit back to Rogers though; using 8300HD currently). The HDTV is Samsung LT-P326W.mfabien said:Testikoff,
Regarding your post tell us you have a working DVI, please advise the make and model of your TV.
Since your Plasma has both HDMI and DVI, it stands to reason that your HDCP is version 1.1 which was introduced in June 2003 (HDMI was introduced with version 1.1 of HDCP).testikoff said:I did have it working with both TV's digital video inputs: DVI & HDMI (have already returned the 8000HD unit back to Rogers though; using 8300HD currently). The HDTV is Samsung LT-P326W.
My TV is actualy an LCD flat panel, not a plasmamfabien said:Since your Plasma has both HDMI and DVI, it stands to reason that your HDCP is version 1.1 which was introduced in June 2003 (HDMI was introduced with version 1.1 of HDCP).
Our problem is with HDTVs that have a DVI input as the only digital input and the HDCP version is 1.0.
So would all of us, however, the functionality is limited by the firmware (for example firewire is not active). Also no Service provider officially supports DVI or HDMI. They only officially support component video because it works on all TVs.stephrich1 said:I want one 100% functionnal with every output I would like to use.