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40vern

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i have noticed that my screen saver will come on like it should but after about 10 minutes the notebook will go to the last page and stay on that page. so actually the screen saver will only work for about 10 minutes.

how can i get it to stay on all the time?
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What do you mean by page? Try a different screensaver.
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when i say page i mean like this one that i am on right now. if i was to walk away from the computer right now the screen saver would kick in then after about 10 minutes it would go right back to what i am looking at now and stay that way.

i want the screen saver to stay on until i move the mouse

i have tried all the screen savers that i have and changed them several times.
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i am still trying to find a solution to this problem. if anyone has any ideas i would really like to try them. i have tried several different options for a screen saver. they all work for a couple of minutes then the computer will go back to the last page viewed and will stay their. i would like to screen saver to work all day or until i am ready to use the computer again.
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