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Have you tried running without Ultramon?

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Well, not exactly.

Single Link DVI is limited to 1920x1200 @ 60 Hz.

Dual Link DVI can support up to 2560x1600 @ 60 Hz.

With a lowering of refresh rate, you can go higher.

Future proof yourself and only buy dual link DVI cables.

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I'm also on Win7-64, 4 monitors, latest NVidia drivers, displays turn off 15 minutes, computer never. I don't have the problem.

1. Try setting no screensaver. If a screensaver changes the resolution, that could cause the issue.

2. It could be that the monitors are not waking up fast enough, you might be able to test this by cycling the power on the monitor before waking the computer up. It may or may not work.

3. If you're using a login screen when it wakes up, if that login screen is custom and changes the resolution, that could cause it.

4. The event logs might tell you something as well.

5. Do you have the taskbar set to auto-hide?


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Screenshot Captor / BUG: New Screenshot Window Appears off screen
« on: March 27, 2013, 01:07 PM »
Windows 7 x64

Problem: After capturing the active window, the New Screenshot window appears to be positioned in the center of the desktop workspace. This is a problem because of my monitor layout. This action places the top portion of the window off-screen, between the two top monitors.

Work around: Use Alt-Space to invoke that windows system menu, then press "M" to move the window with the keyboard cursor keys. Once you move the window, it will remember where you put it the next time it shows.

ScreenCenter might be a better starting point for it.


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