I have been working at this at what seems for days trying to fix a problem which I have tested as best as I can to my ability. I had revamped my system and created a fresh install of Win 10 (64bit) and unfortunately, soon after this problem started. I noticed it when I tried taking a screenshot.. WoW froze. So if my character is jumping, she stops in mid-air and the only way for me to un-freeze is to use the Windows key to get to my desktop, alt-tabbing does not work. To start, here are my system specs: Alienware 17 R3 nVidia : 980M / Intel(R) HD Graphics 530 Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6820HK CPU @ 2.70GHz RAM: 16GB Samsung 128GB M.2 SATA 6Gb/s SSD (Boot) + 1TB 7200RPM SATA 6Gb/s (Storage) (WoW is located on my D Drive, not C, never had a problem with this though) Using: Alienware Graphics Amplifier w/ nVidia GeForce GTX 1070 Attached to my AGA through the HDMI is a S2715H Dell 27" monitor. I'm not using my laptop's screen. In WoW I am using the "Primary" setting for my monitor. It's stuck at 59.9Hz. There's three options for the refresh rate, 50Hz, 59.9, and 59.9Hz. I run in Fullscreen mode, with 1920x1080 Wide. My refresh rate in Win is 60Hz. nVidia Experience is optimizing WoW for me, I pretty much have checked every option I can. I'm running on Max Performance as well in Windows and whatnot. Now, the weird thing is, if I have my laptop screen open at the same time while in WoW, it won't freeze no matter what. However, if I open my laptop monitor while at my desktop.. and click Display Settings in Windows.. then close the Display Settings window and shut my laptop... I go back into WoW, and there is that freeze again when I screenshot. It sometimes does it as well when I have Firefox and/or Edge going as well. I have already tried deleting my WTF, Interface (as I run addons, so I checked these of course) and my Cache folders, but to no avail. I have tried the different refresh options in WoW. I've tried changing my Primary monitor to "Monitor 1"... in Windows I have even shut off my laptop monitor but if I re-open my laptop it comes back on anyway. Soo I tried those options as well. Please, someone help me out here. I can't figure out what the heck is going on. I know it's just Warcraft but I don't really play any other computer games at the moment. I'm wondering if it's my nVidia Drivers ... I'm using the 980M Notebook install with my Graphics Amp.. though the drivers shows compatible with the 1070. Never had a problem doing it this way though. That way if I just want to use my 980M in my laptop, it isn't an issue. I'm thinking it's something to do with the display drivers, since the settings lag WoW's screenshot ability. It's driving me crazy as I didn't have this problem before my revamp, and I figured if anyone could help it would be you all. I would post my DXDIAG but unfortunately the forum is seeing it as too large of a post. I have used DDU and reverted to older driver versions, still the same problem is occuring. The oldest version I reverted to was 375.70 which I know I didn't have this freezing problem with. But now it is. Thanks to everyone who reads this!