Making Global and Other Important Settings — Function
Entering Your Name and Language Preference — Owner
Press this button to
enter an Owner name
(page 17; for
instructions on naming
see page 48). This
name is automatically
shown when you turn
the power on.
Determines the language
used for the display
messages. Once you
change this setting, all
messages will be shown in
the selected language.
Restoring the Factory-programmed Settings of the PSR-2100/1100
— System Reset
This operation lets you restore the PSR-2100/1100 to its original factory settings. These settings include System Setup,
MIDI Setup, User Effect, Music Finder, and Files & Folders.
Restores the System Setup parameters to the
original factory settings. You can also restore
only the System Setup settings by
simultaneously holding down the highest key
on the keyboard (C6) and turning on the power.
Restores the MIDI
templates to the original
Restores the User Effects
(page 128) to the original
Restores the Music Finder
data to the original factory
Deletes all ﬁles and folders
stored in the User page.
Executes the Factory Reset operation
for all items checkmarked above.
Selecting a different language here may
cause the following problems.
• Some characters of the ﬁle names you
• Files may not be accessible.
Reading the ﬁles on the computer with a dif-
ferent language system may cause similar
problems to those above.
These call up the corresponding Open/
Save displays. These let you store the
corresponding data as ﬁles to disk, for
future recall. Pressing each of these
buttons calls up the corresponding
Open/Save display, from which you can
select the corresponding PRESET
page. From this PRESET page, you
can save the relevant data.
entered may be garbled.
Restoring the original language solves the
The functions and settings
below do not apply to the
Factory Reset operation.
However, you can restore
these to their original set-
tings by calling up the preset
System Setup ﬁles, using
the Open/Save System Files
All Music Finder records can
be stored together as a sin-
gle ﬁle. When calling up a
stored ﬁle, a message
appears prompting you to
replace or append the
records as desired.
All Music Finder records cur-
rently in the instrument are
deleted and replaced with
the records of the selected
The records called up are
added to the vacant record