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Showing "memory recall" yes 1, no 2 all times

My monitor is showing "Memory recall" press 1 for yes or 2 for no. What is this? I am getting this all times.

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Just press yes. This will revert your monitor's configuration (screen size, panning, color temp, etc.) to an earlier state.

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