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Reset back to factory defaults

I was fiddling with some menu settings and now my menu button doesn't bring anything up on the screen. Is there a way to reset the monitor back to factory defaults?

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Re: Reset back to factory defaults

Thanks sooooo much i unlocked my benq!!!!!! :D

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Re: Reset back to factory defaults

To unlock the OSD

controls when the OSD is

preset to be locked, press

and hold the 'MENU'

button for 15 seconds to

enter the 'OSD Lock'

option and make


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I have had the same problem. I've just managed to get the monitor working again by VERY QUICKLY navigating through the monitor setup menu to the 'factory reset' option and hitting reset before the screen had a chance to blink off.

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Give it a try, it's frustrating and will take a few tries, but it can't hurt. 

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