How to set password for window after resume Tags: Computers Windows XP Last response: July 29, 2010 5:23 AM in Windows XP Share Anonymous July 29, 2010 3:35:34 AM Hello, i want that when i leave my computer for some time than after resuming it should be protected with password how can i do this More about : set password window resume tigsounds July 29, 2010 5:23:45 AM Turn on a screen saver and check the box "on resume to require password" m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources How to activate password when resume from screensaver ? Forum SolvedHow do I restore your computer to factory settings Windows 7 when you have forgotten password? Forum SolvedHow do I restore your computer to factory settings Windows 7 when you have forgotten password? Forum How to set password for lan internet connection for windows 7 Forum there is a short time black screen after i type my password on windows logon. how to solve this Forum How to activate password when resume from screensaver ? Forum How to set a password to a drive in windows xp Forum How to set password for personal printer with windows xp Forum SolvedHI i am using hp4g laptop my question is how do i set an additional password for my laptop which should prompt for a password Forum How do I set a password for Windows XP home? Forum Solvedhow to create a reset password on window 7 Forum how to restart toshiba windows 7 from factory settings without admin password Forum SolvedHow to set window 8 go to sleep? Forum Windows 7 SP1: Hard Drives Disappear after Sleep Resume Forum how to set my password on my wireless networking Forum SolvedHow do i set the default program to open exe files back after i changed it accidentally to notepad Forum After hibernating windows didnot resume SHows resume on screen Forum how to set up password on toshiba external hard drive so when I connect it to any computer it will ask for my password first? Forum SolvedHow to set up password for expansion drive Forum How to set up a password on my Linksys Router Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !