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So I did a new Ryzen build earlier this year, and everything was peachy as far as I could tell.
This fall, I upgraded to a 4k monitor, and I finally got some 4k media to watch at Christmas, so I gave it a whirl.
But for some reason, my system is not turning on HDCP, even though (I believe) I've got things set up properly for it.
Video Card: XFX R9 380 4GB
Motherboard: Gigabyte GA AB350 GAMING3
Monitor: LG 32UD59-B
Connectivity: DP direct using the monitor-supplied cable, nothing else in the chain.
Sound is configured to output to the monitor, even though the speakers are weak. I just haven't tackled that bit yet.
CyberLink's tool shows that HDCP is not available. And Radeon Settings says it's disabled.
I've checked connections. Updated drivers. Sacrificed a few goats.
Not sure where else to look.
Hoping it's something stupid I missed.
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