Here is the nuts and bolts of my system: graphics card: AMD Radeon 7400M, date of last driver install 6/20/2014 Monitor: Dell S2340M Processor: AMD A8-5500 OS: Windows 8.1 Issue: I can be cruising along on the computer when the screen suddenly will go black, and when it comes back my screen resolution is all messed up. If I right click on the background, select screen resolution, it says "Generic Non-PnP Monitor" If I click detect, it will go blank, then come back with my correct resolution (1920 x 1080) and says "Dell S2340M(Analog). I have updated all the latest drivers for the graphics card and monitor, and it still does it. I have done a monitor calibration as well. Single monitor setup. We bought our computer from Best Buy, and I had one of their Geek Squad members remote into my computer and she was watching the screen on her end, and sure enough, it did it. Another member spent a couple of hours in my machine double checking all the settings, the drivers, etc, and his only recommendation was to bring my machine back in and have them roll it back to 8.0. Which, I never had this issue with Windows 8.0. I joined a Microsoft forum and laid this all out for them also. Crickets...nothing but crickets. I can't believe I am the only person in the world that is having this issue, but doing a google search gets me nowhere. I shouldn't say that...it lead me here. I am just hoping somebody here has some idea on what I need to do to fix this. It gets awfully annoying when I am in the middle of a Photoshop project and the screen resolution begins to jump around. Thanks in advance!