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[d] Monitor Memory Card Data Operations - Memory Card Menu; Overview; Structure Of The Memory Card Menu; Setting Lists Of The Menu Card Menu - Sony BVM-D32E1WA Maintenance Manual

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[C8] Using Extended Functions (SET UP 8) — EXTEND Menu
[C8] EXTEND menu
Enter the password (ENTER PASSWORD [C81])
When the correct password is entered, the following
item appears. Choose the function to execute.
RE-LOAD FACTORY DATA... : Restore factory
default data for the board installed in the selected
slot. ÷[C811]
MEMORY CARD... : Read and write setting and
adjustment data by using the monitor memory
card. ÷[C812]
RE-START MONITOR: Restart the monitor.
÷[C813]
ADJ INT SIGNAL: Automatically adjust the SETUP
level and 100 IRE level of internal signals.
÷[C814]
VDR MODE: Select the mode of the connected VCR.
÷[C815]
MAINTENANCE: Display the menu for
maintenance.÷[C816]
[C811] RE-LOAD FACTORY DATA menu
Select a slot where a board is installed to reload
factory default data to the board.÷[C8111]
[C8111] RE-LOAD FACTORY DATA menu
The following message appears to confirm the data
reload operation.
DATA RESET TO
ITS FACTORY SETTING
AND MONITOR WILL RESTART
ARE YOU SURE?
OK: ENTER KEY
CANCEL: MENU KEY
OK: To continue, press the ENTER or Ent button.
÷ Resets the data and automatically turn the
monitor off and on again.
CANCEL: To cancel, press the MENU button.
÷ Returns to the RE-LOAD FACTORY DATA
menu. ([C811])
[C812] MEMORY CARD menu
Insert the monitor memory card into the MEMORY
CARD slot and select the operation to perform.
BACK UP SYSTEM DATA... : Write the data to the
monitor memory card. ÷[C8121]
RE-STORE SYSTEM DATA... : Read the data from
the monitor memory card. ÷[C8122]
Notes
• Before using a monitor memory card, it must be
formatted it with the FORMAT menu ([D4]).
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• System data and MEMORY CARD data ([D]) cannot
be stored on the same memory card. To store memory
card data, use another memory card.
• The BKM-12Y monitor memory card has a capacity
of 256 Kbytes. It can store either system data for up to
8 monitors or 38 files of memory card data.
• The input signal is not displayed during the data
saving or loading.
[C8121] BACK UP SYSTEM DATA menu
While the system is writing the data, a "–" mark blinks
at the top right of the menu. (It takes some time to save
the data.)
BACK UP SYSTEM DATA
IN PROGRESS...SYSTEM
[C8122] RE-STORE SYSTEM DATA menu
The following message appears to confirm the data
restore operation.
RE-STORE SYSTEM DATA
ALL DATA WILL BE RESTORED
ARE YOU SURE?
OK: ENTER KEY
CANCEL: MENU KEY
OK: To continue, press the ENTER or Ent button.
÷ Read the data from the monitor memory card
and automatically turn the monitor off and on
again.
CANCEL: To cancel, press the MENU button.
÷ Return to the MEMORY CARD menu ([C812]).
[C813] RE-START MONITOR menu
Turn the monitor off and on again automatically.
[C814] ADJ INT SIGNAL menu
Adjust the SETUP level and 100 IRE level of the
internal white signal which is used with the COLOR
TEMP ADJ menu ([B]).
[C815] VCR MODE menu
Improve the skew of the picture when a non-standard
signal is input from the connected VCR. This menu is
effective for the 480/60I or 575/50I format signals only.
ON: Always activates this function for the 480/60I or
575/60I format signals.
OFF: Deactivates this function.
[C816] MAINTENANCE menu
The menu for the maintenance personnel is displayed.
[D]
Monitor Memory Card Data Operations
— MEMORY CARD Menu

Overview

Operations on monitor memory card data are
performed with the MEMORY CARD menu.
The following operations are possible with the
MEMORY CARD menu.
• Writing data to a monitor memory card (SAVE
menu)

Structure of the MEMORY CARD Menu

Main Menu
Level 1
MEMORY CARD D
SAVE D1
LOAD D2
DELETE D3
FORMAT D4

Setting Lists of the MENU CARD Menu

This section explains the setting lists displayed in the
menu.
How to read the setting lists
• For purposes of explanation, each setting list is
preceded by a menu number. These numbers are not
displayed on the screen.
For more information about the menu number, see "About
menu numbers" on page 23.
• The arrow mark (÷) refers you to another setting list
that appears after you make the setting, or to an
operation that is carried out as a result of the setting.
When there is no arrow mark, the menu does not
have any sub-list.
D MEMORY CARD menu
Select the operation to perform. (It takes some time to
load and save the data.)
SAVE: Write data to a monitor memory card. ÷[D1]
LOAD: Read data from a monitor memory card.
÷[D2]
DELETE: Delete a file. ÷[D3]
FORMAT: Format a monitor memory card. ÷[D4]
Note
The input signal is not displayed during the data
saving, loading or deleting, or the memory card
formatting.
• Reading data from a monitor memory card
(LOAD menu)
• Deleting a file in a monitor memory card
(DELETE menu)
• Formatting a monitor memory card (FORMAT
menu)
Level 2
Level 3
NEW NAME
FILE NAME
FILE NAME
FILE NAME
Confirmation
message
Confirmation
message
[D1] SAVE menu
Select the name of the file to which to write data, or
create a new file name.
NEW NAME: Enter a new name (max. 20 characters).
[D2] LOAD menu
Select the name of the file from which to read data.
[D3] DELETE menu
Select the name of the file to delete.
The following confirmation message appears.
DELETE THIS FILE?
OK: ENTER KEY
CANCEL: MENU KEY
OK: To continue, press the ENTER or Ent button.
÷ The file is deleted.
CANCEL: To cancel, press the MENU button.
÷ Return to the MEMORY CARD menu [D].
[D4] FORMAT menu
Confirm the format operation. The following
confirmation message appears. All files will be deleted
at formatting.
ALL FILES WILL BE DELETED!
ARE YOU SURE?
OK: ENTER KEY
CANCEL: MENU KEY
OK: To continue, press the ENTER or Ent button.
÷ The format is performed.
CANCEL: To cancel, press the MENU button.
÷ Return to the MEMORY CARD menu ([D]).
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