You could, but if you don't know your original values you're kind of screwed, you will never find the right rstp again, no matter what you do.
There's no point adjusting anything after a reset when almost everything disappears by itself as the set settles down, and better not touch anything than do something we don't understand.
What I would do in your case, find the original values of someone using the same set as you, and having the same rstp default card value as yours (18?), and your original voltages will be the same, they are always the card's default, minus rstp which is panel specific. Same goes for the ABL settings, they will be somewhere around 128.
If you didn't touch your RGB settings, they didn't change so you can write them down.
For RSTP I'd let it to it's default value if there's no chance to know the right value.
Last edited by lnarbi; Yesterday at 11:29 PM.