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Accidentally clicked the button of auto-adjustment, the monitor screen went rightward. Even thought I have done the factory reset, it still can’t able to go back to center.

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@Leechan 

You have to press the button on the monitor to bring up the On-Screen-Display (OSD) menu.

 

Once there, you will have to scroll through the settings until you find one that allows you to move the displayed image to the right or the left.  One button on the monitor will move it to the right, the other to the left.

 

When you are done, you exit out through all the settings.

 

All the OSD menus are different, so I can not tell you which specific setting to change on yours.



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