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Friday, 08 June 2007 13:56

Nvidia HDCP cause WHQL issue

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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Computex 07:
Some cards needs fix


First batch of G84, Geforce 8600GTS / GT and G86 based Geforce 8500GT has a HDCP bug that is causing that the cards are failing to get a WHQL certificate.

Nvidia just warned its customers, and they expect further instructions as Nvidia didn’t told anyone if they can fix this with a bios or a software update.

We just know that certain amount of cards that partners sold in the first days will have the issue. We will ask around for more precise details.  

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