Hey there, team; here's a Speccy dump of my system for you.
So last night I was just scrolling away on Facebook when all of a sudden my computer made the "hardware unplugged" sound. My screen went black for a moment and when it came back the display wasn't at full resolution:
I tried adjusting the resolution within Windows but I no longer have an option for 1920x1080, even though that's what it was always on before:
I verified I had the most recent drivers for my display adapter via the Device Manager; ATI doesn't have an official driver listed for this GPU for Windows 10 on its site but I've never had any issues before tonight. I reseated the DVI cable on both ends as well as the GPU itself in the tower. Most recently, I did the Windows 10 Reset, which actually worked for about 10 minutes before the same thing happened (hardware unplugged sound, momentary black screen, [bleep] resolution); all I was doing at the time was re-downloading Chrome and getting it reconfigured.. That's where I'm at now and it really sucks. Any advice? Any thoughts on what may have failed/busted?
Edit: Also, apparently I can no longer put my system to sleep? This is weird, guys.
Edited by Brennan C., 24 November 2017 - 11:43 AM.