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Absent any specific information on your model, right click on the Desktop, and go to Properties, then to Screen Saver, and click on the Power button, and modify the Power Schemes to suit your requirements. Also click on the Hibernate tab, and optionally, you can turn Hibernate off.
Posted on Nov 22, 2008
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