Good day. The Acer monitor here on my home-built computer enters power save mode (the power light turns amber) exactly 20 minutes after I last touch the keyboard or mouse. When I am watching movies on my computer, it gets frustrating that I have to move the mouse every so often just so that I get 20 more minutes of uninterrupted viewing time. I would like to know how I can disable this so that the computer does not enter power save mode. My Windows 7 power settings are already set to High Performance mode, to Never turn off the display and Never put the computer to sleep. Under Advanced Options, Sleep settings are as follows: Sleep after NEVER, Allow Hybrid Sleep OFF, Hibernate after NEVER, Allow wake timer DISABLED. Yet the monitor still goes to power save after 20 minutes. I have looked at monitor settings, video card settings, and BIOS settings to see if there are any power save options that I could select or change, to no avail. I contacted eVGA (my video card manufacturer) and ASUS (my motherboard manufacturer) about the issue, and both replied that the problem was with the Operating System. I am thoroughly stumped and have brought this issue up in several support forums, including the official Microsoft answer forums, where the topics have all unceremoniously "died". Hopefully I'll have better luck here. My version of Windows 7 is Home Premium 6.1.7600 Build 7600. Thanks in advance.