It is possible, but the chances that any company would ever waste time, money and energy going back and rewriting firmware for a TV that they made years ago is slim to none. They would rather you purchase a new version of what ever they are selling. If you purchased something that was not HDCP compliant, then that was your mistake. I have been telling people not to make that dumb mistake for years. Now HDMI with HDCP is the standard, so I don't have to tell people anymore.
I thought HDCP was implemented by chipsets from Silicon Image. I agree with miniz that HDMI comes with HDCP. But, if you just have a DVI input on your monitor and there is no HDCP chipset in the monitor, I don't believe it's possible with firmware to implement HDCP.
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