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Screen Saver in Windows XP Home Edition


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MrRene

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:) The Screen Saver does not display after the wait time has been reached
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Hi there :) Welcome to GeeksToGo!

This problem can be caused by one of two reasons:

1)You are using a wireless mouse or keyboard and the computer never learns that the computer has gone idle because "something" is happening (the computer talking to the wireless devices)

2)You might also have a driver conflict. For more information see: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/916256
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Worth reading as well, IMO
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Hi there :) Welcome to GeeksToGo!

This problem can be caused by one of two reasons:

1)You are using a wireless mouse or keyboard and the computer never learns that the computer has gone idle because "something" is happening (the computer talking to the wireless devices)

2)You might also have a driver conflict. For more information see: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/916256


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