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Are you sure there's no 3rd party software which might be doing this? Also, try it with the safe mode if your OS supports it. If it doesn't occur in safe mode, its probably a 3rd party software causing this.


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I believe that this might be due to improper shutdown of the OS. Please try booting the OS with "Restore OS with last known good configuration" by clicking F8 during boot and check whether the reported issue is fixed.


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Try this.. Go to Control Panel => Power Options => Change Plan Settings => Change Advance Power settings => (Scroll Down to) Multimedia settings => When Sharing Media => (choose) Prevent idling to sleep


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To resolve this black screen, please follow the below steps. Check Power Options in Control Panel. From the power option, you can set "Turn off the display".


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Some background First, let's pick apart what you've tried. The commands xset -dpms and xset s off control the X Server (the piece of software actually responsible for presenting you with a graphical display and managing input devices on it, such as mouse) directly, while setterm -powersave off is meant only for what are called "virtual consoles" ...


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I use a script I title idle.vbs: Dim objResult Set objShell = WScript.CreateObject("WScript.Shell") i = 0 Do While i = 0 objResult = objShell.sendkeys("{NUMLOCK}{NUMLOCK}") Wscript.Sleep (6000) Loop Every six seconds, this quickly toggles numlock on the keyboard, causing Windows to believe that someone is interacting with the keyboard, ...



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