Mac os x screensaver shuts after 5 minutes Tags: Screensaver Computers Mac Os Mac OS X Last response: November 16, 2010 4:27 AM in Mac Os X Share Anonymous November 15, 2010 11:21:36 PM I have my screen saver set to go on after my computer is idle for 5 minutes, which it does. But the screen saver also shuts after 5 minutes. Is is not supposed to stay on? More about : mac screensaver shuts minutes roagie November 16, 2010 4:27:51 AM It's probably your energy saver preferences . Just open system preferences, then go the the Energy Saver icon (it's a lightbulb), and change the computer sleep and display sleep setting to more than 5 minutes. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedM5a78l/usb3 shuts down after few minutes of unreal tournament 3 Forum Computer shuts down after gaming for 5-10 minutes Forum SolvedChange an internet IP on mac OS X 10.8.5 Forum Laptop shuts off after 5 minutes unplugged- not battery Forum Solvedcan my pc run mac os x 10.5.5 ? Forum Solvedinstall Mac OS x 5.4 on ibook g4 laptop Forum SolvedI need help installing mac os x snow leopard on my macbook pro 5,5 Forum SolvedHow can I update my Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban PC game for my Mac OS X 10.8.5 format? Forum Computer shuts off within 5-15 minutes after network cable is connecte Forum SolvedHow do I connect a Win 7 PC to a Mac OS X 10.7.5 Lion Server Forum SolvedTrying to burn Mac os x .ISO onto a dvd-r DL 8.5 gig disc FROM windows Forum Drivers for printer Canon MG5500 on Mac OS X 10.5 Forum I installed a replacement Gigabyte GA-X58A-UD5 MB, it ran about two minutes loading Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit when it shut dow Forum Why cpu fan is shut off after 5 minutes Forum Free download sound blaster live 5 1 driver model SB 0220 for mac os x Forum Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard DVD? Forum Computer shuts down after a 5minute Forum I have intel i5 system but i can not install the mac OS X Forum Can i install mac os x in p5kpl am/ps asus mother board Forum How to install Mac os on asus x5din Forum More resources Read discussions in other Mac Os X categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !