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Hi. If you are using Windows XP (most common OS right now), right-click on any empty space on your desktop and select "Properties" then click "Screen Saver" tab, click "Power" button, "Power Schemes" will pop-up, on "Turn off monitor" option, increase the time or select "Never" from drop-down list to set your monitor to always on.
If you are not using XP, settings are the same for most Windows OS, just different ways to access display properties. So if you manage to open display properties, you can navigate to power options and change your power settings.
Posted on Aug 19, 2010
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