Set time for screensaver to run on windows 7 Tags: Screensaver Windows 7 Shutdown Last response: March 10, 2012 3:56 PM in Windows 7 Share tyronewaterman March 10, 2012 9:59:19 AM Hello, why does my screensaver shut down before scheduled time More about : set time screensaver run windows scottiemedic a b $ Windows 7 March 10, 2012 3:56:54 PM Go to your Power Options (type power in the search bar after clicking on Start button) and see when it's set to shutdown/sleep/turn off monitor and adjust those settings to see your screensaver longer. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Windows 7 no USB until after screensaver sets Forum Screensaver not starting after set time Forum Cannot set wait time for screensaver Forum Screensaver Issue in Windows 7 solution Windows 7 goes into screensaver mode when I'm doing something in full screen solution My screensaver wont come on windows 7 Forum Windows self "alt-tabs" and screensaver does'nt run durati.. Forum SolvedHow to set the i7 4771 to always run at 3.9 ghz ie turbo boost speed. solution How to run windows 7 boot time test?? Forum Run time error 75 in windows 7 path/file access error how to fix it Forum Screensaver wont activate in windows 7 Forum Run time error 75 windows 7 Forum Why i can't change screensaver settings in windows vista ultimate Forum SolvedIs it possible to run Windows XP 32-bit and Windows 7 64-bit on the same computer? solution SolvedTime/Clock issue in Windows 7 solution Solvedwhen I downgrade my desktop from windows 7 to windows 8, I cant get past the "set up windows" screen because the keyboard and solution vmware fusion 6 running windows 7 reboots mac after some time solution SolvedHow to run 64 bit ubuntu on 32 bit windows 7 solution Solvedhowto set up gmail as my default email client on Windows 7 solution Solvedlooking for a way to run Linux apps in a windows 7 environment like wine and parallels does solution More resources Read discussions in other Windows 7 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Laptops !