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If it is showing a blue scree of death (BSOD) and shuts down before you can read the error message try this: Turn the computer off, then turn it on and immediately start hitting the F8 key repeatedly until you see SAFE MODE. Scroll down below Safe Mode and you will see an option to Disable Automatic Restart. Select it and reboot your machine. Next time it boots up you will be able to read the error message. You'll probably need a system disc or repair disc to fix the blue screen error message.
adjust time for monitor time to sleep you can adjust 5 minutes to never the option available
same can be done for hard disk. This is necessary as even monitor is active and when hard disk goes to sleep you may end up in same situation
Alternatively you can activate screen saver by
right click on desktop, settings screen saver choose screen saver set time to activate screen saver.
When you click with right mouse key on desktop, you can find 'Properties'. You have tab with 'Screen Saver' options. You must chose 'None'. Different OS has different options. I tell you for Windows XP, and I think other OS has similar solution.
When you set the screen saver there will be an option for the computer to be locked after like 15 minutes idleness. You need to disable it to keep your screen saver on at all times. It is either in your graphic properties settings about screen savers or the power options you can open with a button on the dialog box of screen saver settings or you can open the power options from control panel. If you tell me which operating system you are using I will show you the detailed steps.
In Windows XP, right click on your desktop somewhere, and choose Properties. On the Screen Saver tab, pick another Screen Saver from the drop down, and set the Wait time to 1 minute. Click OK and see if it works.
You may have to drill into "Settings" next to the screen saver. Depending on your hardware, the 3D screen saver might be too much for it to handle. Try disabling some things in settings or choosing a different Screen Saver.
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There is a small check box in the Screen Saver area that sets this. (Control Panel, Personalization, Change Screen Saver in Win7, for example) Uncheck the box "On resume, display the logon screen" that is next to the drop down for how long until the scree
In Windows Screen saver can be managed from Display Properties window. Follow the steps given below: When using Windows XP, right click on the open space on the Desktop then click Properties to open the "Display Properties" window. In the "Display Properties" window, click on the "ScreenSaver" tab to manage it.
When using Windows Vista, right click on the open space on the Desktop then click "Personalize" to open the "Personalization" window. Next, click on the "Screen Saver" option to open the window where you can manage settings related to screen saver.
you may have screen saver active with no background selected, so when it goes to screen saver it only show blank scree. next time screen goes blank touch a key, if screen comes back, it is your screen saver, go to control panel find personalize and go to screen saver, make changes.