This is just for my personal (and others) education: 1. I understand that a "HDCP-enabled" DVD player CAN be connected to a "HDCP" TV set. 2. I understand that a "non HDCP" DVD player CAN be connected to a "non-HDCP" TV set. 3. I understand that a "HDCP-enabled" DVD player CANNOT be connected to a "non-HDCP" TV set. 4. But, unfortunately, I don't have any clue about the last possible combination (always referring to DVI or HDMI connections). Explanation follows: Let's suppose someone has hacked a "HDCP-enabled" DVD player converting it to "HDCP FREE" (probably also to "Region Free" with the same hack) in such a way that he/she is now within case 2 above. Let's suppose that, for example, he/she has a Samsung DVD player (for instance one of the series HD-745, HD-935, HD-841, HD-945, etc). My questions are: Q1) Is it still possible to connect the hacked DVD Player to a second TV set which is "HDCP compliant"?. I presume the answer is NO (unfortunately). Q2) Is it possible to reverse the hack in order to have the DVD player back again to "HDCP enabled"?. Q3) Finally, if the answer to the 2 previous questions is NO, is it possible to solve the issue with a COLD START (back to factory settings)?. How?. I posted the same questions some weeks ago lost at the end of another thread but no reply up to date, so I decided to open a new thread. Apologise if this creates any type of problem. Many thanks. N.B. I do believe this might be an issue when renovating a TV set (Plasma, LCD, etc). Of course, 2 DVD players, one hacked plus one non-hacked is another possibility. Question of budget, though. But the answer to this technical question still is unclear.