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Contro:
Tried.

The display don't display off after the minute of inactivity.
Eventually in safe mode I close :
Application Frame Host
WMI Provide Host
COM Surrogate
Broken runtime or something like that

The display don't go off after the minute...

4wd:
Tried.

The display don't display off after the minute of inactivity. -Contro (October 24, 2020, 05:12 PM)
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Which still points to a problem within Windows itself so your only probable solutions, (that won't require installing Windows from scratch or otherwise trying to locate the fault), is Kodezwerg's software, (or similar), or an In-place Upgrade.

Shades:
Application Frame Host, WMI Provider host, COM surrogate....all functionality that Windows relies upon to run in the background to give you the Windows experience you expect. And all have little to nothing to do with your screen not turning off.

WMI stands for Windows Management Instrumentation. A big name for functionality that keeps track of how and when the available resources from your computer are being used. Pretty handy also when you need to keep track of resource usage from many computers in 1 central location. Application Frame host is used for standardizing how and when available resources are spent on applications running on your computer. COM is used to enable information exchange between applications and services that may or may not have information exchange functionality built into them. All without user interaction. MS Office automation used COM a lot. Now less and less, because of REST/JSON.

Yes, perhaps you could make the point that indirectly these functionalities can have an impact on your screen not turning off, but it is highly unlikely that any of these functionalities are the cause of your problem.

4wd is right (as per usual), sounds more and more like there is a problem within your Windows installation.

Contro:
Tried.

The display don't display off after the minute of inactivity. -Contro (October 24, 2020, 05:12 PM)
--- End quote ---

Which still points to a problem within Windows itself so your only probable solutions, (that won't require installing Windows from scratch or otherwise trying to locate the fault), is Kodezwerg's software, (or similar), or an In-place Upgrade.
-4wd (October 24, 2020, 07:28 PM)
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At the present moment I am applying :

Turn to the minimum brilliance with the key in the laptop associated to F2
apply an addon : "C:\Program Files (x86)\Turn Off Monitor\Add Ons\BlankScreen.exe"
This put in black the screen except the cursor. Seems stable. The problem with other display off utilities is that they are reactivated...
 :-* :P

Contro:
Application Frame Host, WMI Provider host, COM surrogate....all functionality that Windows relies upon to run in the background to give you the Windows experience you expect. And all have little to nothing to do with your screen not turning off.

WMI stands for Windows Management Instrumentation. A big name for functionality that keeps track of how and when the available resources from your computer are being used. Pretty handy also when you need to keep track of resource usage from many computers in 1 central location. Application Frame host is used for standardizing how and when available resources are spent on applications running on your computer. COM is used to enable information exchange between applications and services that may or may not have information exchange functionality built into them. All without user interaction. MS Office automation used COM a lot. Now less and less, because of REST/JSON.

Yes, perhaps you could make the point that indirectly these functionalities can have an impact on your screen not turning off, but it is highly unlikely that any of these functionalities are the cause of your problem.

4wd is right (as per usual), sounds more and more like there is a problem within your Windows installation.
-Shades (October 24, 2020, 08:55 PM)
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thanks Shades.

Perhaps the only answer by now is wait to improve windows .

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