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By evorgretlaw ·
when my screen is inactive for a couple of minutes,ex.printing many pages, my screen goes blank. How do I set my screensavers to display?

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by SyscoKid In reply to screensaver

You may presently have your screensaver set to "black screen".

To change it, right-click on the desktop; on the pop-up menu click on properties. On the Display Properties box, click on the Screensaver tab and make your selection from the list.If you don't see a Screensaver tab, that means you are on a network, and the administrator has disabled that functionality.

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by CTtech In reply to screensaver

There are a couple of different reasons you would have this problem. First right click on your desktop and choose properties, then click on thew screensaver tab up top, now set the screen saver to whatever option you like and click preview to test it. then set the wait time to a decent interval of inactivity, now also in the screen saver tab see if there's a settings button. Click on it and set each option for longer or even never. Good luck.

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by pjpatiky In reply to screensaver

evor - ASy is correct. However, the word is "Blank Screen" vs. "Black Screen". You may also wish a Marquee Screen where you create your own words, any Font size that passes across your screen at various times and levels.

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by evorgretlaw In reply to screensaver

thanks to all who answered my question. All answers fixed my problem. Again thanks.

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