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Removing Screen Saver name from Screen saver list

1) I want to remove screen saver names from the Personalize screen saver list which are not working. I don't know how one is installed because it is in
foreign laungauge which i can't read.

2) The restore points are missing even after I created manully. When I restart it will vanish.

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  • prasanna2 Nov 08, 2008

    There is no options in the screen saver tab, Other screen savers are working fine. I want to remove two names which are not working ( They are not default ones ). Thanks for trying to help me.

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Right click on the desktop, select properties on the menu, then the screensaver tab to view what options you have. Vista is a royal pain with regards to whether you are in the administrator mode. Right click on the task you wish to execute and select 'run as administrator' menu option.

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  • Stephen Medley
    Stephen Medley Jan 29, 2009

    Do a full computer search for screensavers: type in *.scr. Also many functions in Vista require "elevation" which can be acheived by right clicking on the command your are accessing and choosing "Run as administrator.
     Sorry I misunderstood your problem which you later elaborated. I really was trying to help so if this helps please remove the Inappropriate rating. Steve

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