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1) If you are using Windows 7, right-click on the desktop and then left-click on PERSONALIZE. Then select SCREEN SAVER in the lower right corner of the screen. Choose the time you want before the screen saver you want becomes active.
2) Open Control Panel, Select System, Power Options, Change Plan Settings. The next screen will give you the options for controlling your screen time-ou. Set it for however long you want it to be. SAVE/APPLY changes.
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.
Assuming you are using windows XP on this: Create a new folder in "my pictures " folder Copy the images you want to use into there On your desktop, RIGHT click and choose "properties" to open the display settings Click "Screen saver" and choose my pictures slideshow Click "settings" to open the options for this Click browse to point to where you saved the images Set the duration and timings to suit your tastes Exit by clicking Ok and the OK to exit the display settings
The option is under Screen saver options or there is an idle time shut off selection under Power Saver options as well. When you select your screen saver there is are specific options to customize how it shows and how long before it activates. Some screen savers have more options than others.
Check the power settings. Start/Control Panel/Power Options. There is a setting separate from the screen saver to turn off the screen in the Power Options control panel. DVD playback overrides the power options settings.
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.
You need to use the Toshiba "Power Saver" console. Go to Control Panel -> TOSHIBA power saver. Click the Icon and use the console to adjust the brightness for the various power schemes. If you don't see the TOSHIBA power saver icon, go to Go to Control Panel ->Power Options and open that console. Select "TOSHIBA Power Saver" option in the "Power schemes" dialog box. If you don't have that option in the dialog box, you need to go to the Toshiba site and download the Power Saver installation file and reinstall it.