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Disable Windows Screensaver Event

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I have an application that runs and stops when the screen saver comes on.  How do I stop Windows from starting the screen saver?  I don't know if it is important, but windows requires a ctrl-alt-del to log back in after the screensaver event fires.  This is on windows 2000.
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You'll find some code for it here:

http://www.zarr.net/vb/download/codedetail.asp?code=210

Hope this helps,
Neil
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