HDCP audio error on Asus P5k-e

I'm not sure exactly where to ask this question, so I hope this is the right place.

I recently downloaded some software from DirecTV that allows me to watch things I have recorded on my DVRs on my desktop computer in my office. I like having a Seinfeld or Office rerun going on occasion when sending e-mail or whatever. It worked great the first few times I used it, but now I get an HDCP audio compliance error and it won't play at all. My audio is right off of the motherboard, so does that driver need to be HDCP compliant, or is this something with my 4850 video card (I thought that's where the compliance needs to be)?

Any help would be greatly appreciated!! Let me know if you need any other information.
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  1. What software are you using? I doubt if it's your video card, keep in mind HDCP is a copy-protection scheme of sorts.
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