One other thing that the DirecTV* tech informed me of, was that in order to view DVR content on your machine, you need to have the DVR and computer on the same network (you can't watch it on your iPhone across country, as an example).
Is everyone who is having the issue here, attempting to watch recorded TV from some place other than their home network connection? Or are you directly connected to your home network with the DVR?
Okay. I figured that was probably the case, but needed to ask anyways. I'm going to contact the DirecTV* folks again next week and see if I can't figure this out with them. Intel* created HDCP, which is why it's extra-confusing as to why a lack of content protection would be detected by the software!
Stay tuned, I will return!
Yes, it is on the same network. If you read the problem reports carefully, I stated that I have no problem viewing the DVR content list and viewing SD content .. only the HD content generates the green screen.
My other concern is whether Intel HD 4000 driver is compatible with viewing Blu-Ray content. Does anyone have a Blu-Ray player on the PC that is having problems with DIRECTV2PC and can you view Blu-Ray movies on that player via the integrated Intel graphics engine? I don't have one but was planning on getting one in the near future.
@nic: All my laptops stay at home, if they do leave the house it is not to watch DirecTV2PC. For me, it was already implied that the DVR could not stream across the internet, only across the home network within the same subnet. In other words, yes I am trying to stream over the home network on the same subnet. I'm pretty sure the DVR is not capable of streaming to a different subnet (at least not yet).
I have this issue, as well. Sad that there is no reply. This graphics chip from Intel has been out for quite awhile. I'm surprised there is no fix, yet. Given that there hasn't been a reply for quite some time to this, I'm guessing the only resort is to go with an add-on graphics card.
It's so annoying that I can't use my newer computer that's powerful enough to run DirecTV2PC and yet can't even use it because of some stupid thing called Screen Capture Protection. Is it too much to ask for Intel and DirecTV to work together to solve this annoying problem instead of putting blame on the other company of why it doesn't work?
My sentiments, too .. is anybody out there?
Has Intel communicated with Directv about Directv2pc problems with HD 4000 drivers?
I don't think there is any motivation on the part of Directv to do anything to fix Directv2pc .. after all, they are more than happy to sell you their Nomad device and service that accomplishes pretty much the same thing.