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Logitech S520 mouse and keyboard Screensaver and power shut down

Screensaver keeps getting interupted and goes back to desktop after 10min. screen saver goes on again. never goes to power saver mode, tried making windows changes and rebooted, no change.

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Not a solution but it may bring some light to the problem,

There is some program calling windows every 10min or so... that's why your screen saver gets interrupted. You might need to check which program is it. Or guess it out.

Hope it helps, if you have more doubts feel free to ask.

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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