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wake from sleep resizes windows

Question asked by rsaxer on Oct 10, 2017



System Specs:

  • Windows 10 (1703 build 15063.632), I7-5820K, 32gb ram (no overclock), m2 ssd for boot
  • R9 280 3gb (Sapphire Radeon R9 280 3GB GDDR5 DVI-I/DVI-D/HDMI/DP Dual-X with PCI-Express Graphics Card Boost 11230-00-20G)
  • Samsung 28" 4k monitor LU28E510DS/ZA
    • primary monitor
    • using display port
  • Samsung 24" monitor (model LS24MYKAB7A/ZA)
    • secondary monitor
    • using DVI
  • Radeon Software Version 17.9.3


If I do not minimize the windows before the monitors go to sleep (I do not sleep the system), on wake up the windows are not at where I left them. On wake up, the windows on the 4k monitor span across to part of the 2nd monitor (about 1/2 way across) and some of the windows that were on the 2nd monitor shift to the main monitor.


If I minimize the windows (Windows Key D), MOST of the time the windows return to the proper spots after the monitors wake up and I press Windows Key D.


Any clues on how to not have to remember to Windows Key D before I walk away?