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Depending on the operating system you have to go to the display setting to activate your screen saver. You can right click anywhere in the background and press on properties, the select screen saver on the tabs from top for windows XP or earlier. It's similar for win vista, 7 and 8 but its placed differently on the left side whe you select display properties.
Hi there please try the steps below mentioned.
Please restart your laptop when its booting press F8 key .
You will find few option asking for selection. Select that by using up/down arrow key. Select " Last know good configuration" & press Enter. NO w select the OS & enter again. Laptop restart automatically. After that If no success then format the Operating system & reinstall again.
Check in your CMOS to make sure that your computer isn't searching for the A: drive, set it to disabled or off. Sometimes you need to tell the computer that the A drive doesn't exist, or it will always try to boot from it, regardless of what the boot sequence is set to.
try going in the safe mode by hitting the f8 when the system is booting ... just passing the bios screen and if that works disable everything in the msconfig in the startup option and than restart the system
Vista uses a different technology for screen savers than in the past. The screensavers and backgrounds are active. Older screensaver software (I inferred from your post that you had a favorite that both of you used and not one from MS) will probably not work here.