To clear the message and continue operations, press ESC.
From the System Menu, select Diagnostics to display the Diagnostics Menu:
DI AGNOS TIC S
> SE L = Sta rt T ests
Figure 4-55. Diagnostics Menu
If you suspect a problem with the DCS-200, press SEL to run a series of internal diagnostic
tests. The menu will report back "PASS" or "FAIL."
From the System Menu, select Save Config to save all current "system" settings so that
they may be restored at power up. A message is briefly shown, after which the DCS-200
returns to the System Menu.
Figure 4-56. Saving System Configuration Message
Please note the following important points regarding the system configuration file:
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This message is a warning only, which does not prevent the
operation of the DCS-200. If this message appears, it is
recommended that you contact Barco Customer Service.
If the menu reports "FAIL," contact Barco Customer Service.
In Appendix C, refer to the
page 160 for contact details.
S a v i n g S y s t e m C o n f i g . . .
When you perform the Save Config function, all configuration parameters from
the System Menu are saved in non-volatile memory. If you do not perform the
function, data will not be restored upon the next system power up sequence.
This command also saves the current input as the default power-up selection.
If you want the DCS-200 to always power up and acquire an
input other than input 1, perform the Save System State
command while the desired input is selected on Program.
Using the Setup Menu
Information" section on