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Screen goes completly blank what ever I am using on my PC. Have to press windows key and retrieve minimizes page to view. Any ideas please

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See power settings in control panel.
It must be set on blank screen after 20 mins or something like that.
set it like this
turn off hard disk- never
blanks screen - never

set never with everything


cheers

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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