Question about Hyundai L90D+ 19" LCD Monitor
My original computer had problems so i changed my monitor to my other computer but now the screen has anti theft mode displayed. how do i change to a normal mode of operation
If L90D you need a PIN number to unlock it.
Connect to your original computer and run Plug-ins - Theft deterrence to enter or reset PIN - or go to web site via software - see below
Under the ‘Plug-ins’ menu is the ‘Theft Deterrence’ option – a more accurate term than the ‘Anti-Theft’ sticker on the monitor itself. Why? Well anyone can physically steal this monitor from me. There is no Bond-like lethal gadget that would bring certain death to a would be thief. Rather, the theft deterrent is a PIN-based procedure that hinders the operation of the display once it has been removed from the host computer. Briefly, you register and store a PIN to a secure web site, then set a countdown timer. If the power and display cables have been removed and the monitor has been attached to a different computer, the timer counts down. If the correct PIN is not entered using ImageTune, the monitor will enter theft mode and display a large warning message. It doesn’t prevent the monitor from being swiped, but at least there's some satisfaction in knowing the thief can’t use it.
software called ImageTune that replaces the usual on-screen display (OSD) tools, arrives on an included CD. With it, you can adjust basic monitor settings such as brightness and contrast with a mouse instead of with the small, squishy membrane buttons under the bezel.
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