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Re: Lock the A/V ports
Yes you can, you have three diferent lock options:
'channel' this option allows you to lock or unlock particular channels.
'program' this option allows you to lockout a particular TV show.
'game' this option allows you to lock channel 3 and channel 4 plus the external inputs.
To activate the game lock on the tv you need to press the 'menu' key then press the down arrow till you get to 'lock' and press ok.You will then be asked to input a password, if it is the first time you have used the password then you will need to input a code of your choice twice to register it (write the password down and put it somewhere safe) Then you will be in the 'lock' menu so using the down arrow go to 'menu' and select it then se it to 'custom' you will then be able to select the 'game' option by arrowing down to 'game' and select it so that it shows 'on'. Your tv should now have locked out the external inputs etc. To unlock it you go through this procedure again just this time you select so it shows 'off' You can also select 'custom' in 'game' mode which will allow you to select which external inputs to lock which is useful if you have DVD players or other devices connected to your TV and is something for you to consider. Full details of above procedure are in the user manual page 32 - 33 under the heading Lock.
I hope this answers your question.
Ps. Tell the kids it's my fault they can't play their games!!!!
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First I'm not a LG Tech.
*Check your menu or set up menu for power saving or parental lock.
* There should be a "go to sleep", "Power down", or "sleep" time depending on your needs.
* Some options will prompt you to press a button as in the "Sleep" option to see if your awake.
* I think for your purposes you should us the "parental timer" for a more "forceful" shut down where your prompted with the master password. (I used this when the kids were ordering movies, which was okay but they would order the same move 7 times to continue where they left off. $5.95 x 7 = Yikes! )
* But with kids you do realize they become the "hackers" of tomorrow? They probably already programed you out. May have to Trip out the breaker AND lock it out with a safety breaker lock. (Till they wise up and run an extension cord. Maybe better to just lock up the controllers. You know, they can still play on their cell phones.
* FYI Elon Musk is planning free internet/wi fi to the world in the coming years. The kids will just play using their mind head piece like in "fantastic Planet"
Good luck controlling the kids. Aloha, ukeboy57
You could try the following. It's free. But be careful to uncheck the adware it offers to install when you are installing it... http://www.softpedia.com/get/System/System-Miscellaneous/Kid-Key-Lock.shtml
the idea was to lock the car when moving(passenger safety,kids falling out etc),but it was too expensive to fit movement sensors,so,they fitted autolock,engine starts, car locks.simple......but sometimes a pain in the a???.
Make sure your keyboard is plugged into the keyboard port of the KVM. The IOGear KVMs use a keyboard and mouse emulation. Due to this the keyboard port is the only port will recognize the Scroll Lock command.
Step 1 Turn on your PS2 and choose the menu screen where you would normally enter the password. Instead of entering a password, go to the DVD setup menu. Go to "custom setup" and choose "parental controls". Step 2 When you are asked for the code or password, press the select button on your controller and enter the number "7444". Now set the parental lock to "off". Step 3 Press "reset" on the front of the game console to save your settings. When the system reboots, you should be able to view your previously censored games or DVDs. You will also have the opportunity to choose your own password, allowing you to turn the parental lock on and off, either manually or automatically by game or movie ratings. I often recommend that the parents of older children should regularly reset the password in order to prevent "hacking". Also, try to choose a password that could not be guessed easily. Often, a combination of both letters and numbers works best, as the laws of statistics dictate that more choices equal more failed attempts at cracking the code. Unless your child is exceptionally persistent or lucky, boredom will win out before they guess the correct code.