I'm getting the "Your HDTV does not support HDCP. Please disconnect the HDMI connector and use the component YPrPB connection to continue watching TV. Press EXIT to cancel." message when I try to use my Video 7 HDMI output. I've had a PS3 and my TV hooked up to Video 7 in the past, I've never tried to hook up my computer to it. TV is the Sony KDS-55A2000 with two HDMI outputs, Video 6 and Video 7. PVR is the Scientific Atlanta 8300HD. I typically use Video 6 for TV and Video 7 for PS3. I can't get any of my devices to work on Video 7 HDMI. Video 6 works fine with the PVR, it is only Video 7. It almost seems like there was an issue with the TV being hooked up to it, and now Video 7 is frozen and I can't use it with any other device now. I've searched around the internet, and the best solutions seem to be unplugging everything and re-plugging everything in with the cable box. - unplugging the power to everything and re-plugging it in, and doing that in various orders, HDMI cables first, TV powered on first, PVR powered on first. - there is no update for my TV - I can't find anywhere to upgrade my firmware on the PVR. I've searched around the setup menus. I would like to have Video 6 for my TV and the PS3 on Video 7. When I hook the PS3 or my DVD player (with HDMI output) up to Video 7, there is no display. Is my Video 7 input broken? If I plug my cable to Video 7, I get the message referenced above, but I can press Guide and I can see the Guide for the PVR, so it makes me think my Video 7 is still functioning, but I may be wrong. Does anyone know what to do for this?