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You can check the settings in the bios (password will be "Fireport") I dont think there is anything in there that would trigger this.
Is there a screen-saver option in the control panel for the device? If so, see if it is set. If not, then try using the Wyse website to update the terminals OS to the latest. This will hopefully solve the problem. It might just be an incompatability with the older OS version.
All Boot devices in BIOS may need to be set to "NONE". When shutting down, select "Shutdown and Restart the system, then hold the "Delete" key down while clicking the OK button. Keep holding the "Delete" key until system restarts in setup. Password that I was given is "Fireport". If that gets you access, then set all boot order configuration items to "NONE", then "Save Values and Exit". Hope it works for you as well as it did for me.