Question about Computers & Internet
When you re-installed the OS, etc. The power saving features in the OS (XP?) went back to their factory values. Meaning that now after so many minutes the machine is standing by or hibernating...
Right clock on the desktop and then click on properties. Click on the Screen Saver tab and then click on the "Power..." button.
Set the power options properties to something you like...
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