Well I have updated my DirecTV2PC software 3 times. I have SAVED the keys. Each time I use the same key it tells me that the software has reached its activation limit and will not let me reuse the key. I have YET to ever be able to reuse a key so I stopped saving them.
Could be worse. I've created 8 additional email addresses just for the purpose of getting directv2pc keys. Why they limit to two when anyone can simply create a fake email addy and get more is a mystery. They also wont take the gmail "firstname.lastname@example.org" that routes email to your regular gmail, so a simple way to go around the limit doesnt work.
I guess I am in the same boat as above
Brand new Dell XPS 15, Full HD Screen, Same as above, SD plays as it should, HD is a Green Screen.
Nice to know that I'm not the only one spending a chunk of change to get a pretty decent laptop (Core i7, 6GB Ram, 750GB hard Drive, Intel HD Graphics, Blu-ray, etc) only to find out that the DirecTV2PC software won't play my recorded content.
I'm having the same issue. Apparently the content protection in Directv2pc doesnt recognize the new(er) intel integrated graphics products. I just built an i3 with the hd3000 graphics, and everything works great with it. Except d2pc gives me a green screen.
I guess they've successfully protected the content from us. Even though you can get 99% of any content you want from 1000 other places, probably with greater ease and convenience.