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My computer running Windows XP goes into Power Saving Mode without notice and I loose control over it. How can I get rid of this problem? I ran anti-virus, cleaned up the computer, pulled out the video card, the memory banks and cleaned them up...

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Hi,

Right on the desktop and choose Properties. Find the Power opiions in there and turn them off completely. It should be under the Screensaver tab.

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