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How to disable the "theft mode enabled"in my monitor
If you press the + and - buttons on the front of the monitor at the same time for 10 seconds it disable's it. You can disable it completely by running the software disc and choosing disable Theft Lock.
Posted on Feb 10, 2010
Hold no switch key and plug out of cable and plug in ,and 10s release swith key, now it is ok.
Posted on Jan 21, 2010
The theft mode enabled how do i restore to normal operation
Posted on Sep 20, 2010
try to go to bios by pressing f2 on start ..and after that choose optimal factory defaults from the list ...it will be somewhere there a line named exactly like that ..after chooseing it ..press f10 to save changes..and reboot ...if it set from there it will go away..
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
The theft deterrence system can be disabled temporarily by unplugging the monitor's power cord. Then it will start the counter again. (The default is 60 minutes and is set in the EzTune software.) The software locks the monitor to one computer (the one running the EzTune software). To disable the theft deterrent message, enter EzTune and click on the Extras tab. Then select the Theft Deterrence section and enter the PIN. The PIN can be saved online and then you can request it if forgotten: https://pinreg.portrait.com/index.php?OEM=gwy&PRODUCT=dtune&ULANG=enu .
The EzTune software is available here: http://oem.portrait.com/dtune/gwy/enu/upgrade.html .
The user's guide and other documentation is available here: http://support.gateway.com/s/MONITOR/7005574R/7005574Rnv.shtml .
I hope this helps.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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