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PHIL WEATHERWAX
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re: HDMI/DVI HDCP handshake problems & how to avoid them
PHIL WEATHERWAX   12/29/2010 9:35:28 PM
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I just received a blue ray copy of the Pacific for Christmas. I went to watch last night part 1 and when I go to play the movie, it starts up fine and you have audio but when you go to select play all or play part A or B which ever you decide to watch and select, the movie starts to play with great video but no sound. To get sound I need to turn my AVR off and then back on and then all is fine. All other blue ray movies play fine and I have done all my firm ware upgrades. Any help will be appreciated.



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