Hello Everyone Let me explain my situation. Up until a few today, I have been using the 306.97 nvidia drivers. I did notice the update to 310.70 drivers online yesterday and I decided to download and install them today. Basically what happened is, i had the 306.97 drivers, didn't have anything open, launched the installer for the 310.70 drivers and near completion, it gave me errors and some aspects of the driver pack were unable to install, which I should have written down. Anyways, after seeing the error, I rebooted and went into Safe Mode. I uninstalled all of the nvidia drivers, rebooted into safe mode again and reinstalled the 310.70 nvidia driver pack without a problem, then rebooted into normal mode. All I then did was setup my surround display array (I have 3x 27'' monitors). After I was done, I launched one of the games I usually play (Guildwars 2) and I noticed something fishy. Since I have 3 large monitors, I have an odd setup i like to do. I have my left monitor i reserve for displaying tv shows or movies and the center and right monitor, i resize my games in windowed mode to fit. However, after installing the 310.70 drivers, I noticed that when it came to resizing windows, I can resize them to fit the monitor height, but the maximum width of the window is restricted to the with of a single monitor. So for whatever reason, after installing the new updates, it seems to restrict the maximum size i can resize a single window. At first I thought it may be the snapping feature from Windows 7 but I had disabled that and double checked it. Besides, i can drag a window so that it is half in one monitor and half in the other. I can't find any snapping feature in the Nvidia control panel and I have tried to reset the settings in the Nvidia control panel without any luck. Does anyone have any advice? Thank you for any very much for any help!