If you have made some improper adjustments or want to restore the default settings for troubleshooting purposes, there are a few ways to perform a memory recall, depending on the button layout of your monitor. Below are instructions on how to perform each. 


 For monitors with [1] and [2] buttons on the front panel:

1. Press the number “1” button on the display

2. Use the arrows to navigate to the information tab of the display.

3. Use the “Data Recall” or “Memory recall” option within the On-Screen Display (OSD) menu.

 

For monitors with buttons behind the display:

1. Press the second button from the top to access the menu. This will bring up the On Screen Display (OSD) menu.

2. Use the arrows on the On-Screen Display and navigate through the menu to “Setup Menu”.

3. Scroll down to “Memory Recall” and select.

 

For monitors with a joystick behind the display:

1. Press the second button from the top to access the menu. This will bring up the On Screen Display (OSD) menu.

2. Use the arrows on the On-Screen Display and navigate through the menu to “Setup Menu”.

3. Scroll down to “Memory Recall” and select.