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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.
Since the quicktime would not update properly, you probably have a bad install of it, so you'll also have a bad uninstall. Restart your computer with the Windows disk in the CD. When it asks you to press a key to boot from CD, press the space bar (or any other key). Let the files set up, then when it asks you to press "R" to repair the system, press that, and let the system do a repair from the original disk. That should fix the system.
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
The photos in your computer can be used as screen savers (those files that pop up when you are idle). 1. Right click on your desktop and choose personalize. 2. Select Screen Saver 3. Select Photos 4. Click OK
All of the photos in your pictures folder will be your screen saver.
If what you want is this picture to be your background (the file that shows on your desktop all of the time) 1. Right click on your desktop 2. Select personalize 3. Select Desktop Background 4. Change the "Location" to Pictures from its setting of Windows Backgrounds 5. Select a picture 6.Click OK. It is automatically sized to your desktop.
It sounds like you have some program running in the background that is preventing your screen saver from showing. This could be a virus scan, or some other program you unknowingly downloaded from the internet....(spyware, etc). Check to make sure nothing is running in background and do a full scan for virus, spyware, etc.
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.
Vista uses a different technology for screen savers than in the past. The screensavers and backgrounds are active. Older screensaver software (I inferred from your post that you had a favorite that both of you used and not one from MS) will probably not work here.