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Computer comes out if standby!

Computer comes out if standby by itself after 3 minutes. I checked the BIOS there's no Wake up by LAN setting. I'm using windows XP & Intel motherboard. how can i fix this?

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Ok right click your desktop/ click properties/then click screen saver/then click power under monitor Power and you can chance the amount of time for standyby and all of that and it should be good

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