There has to be a solution to this: For a while I could put my PC to sleep and it would wake up with all the monitors in surround just like I left them. Now, either power off or sleep causes the driver (?) to forget everything. Windows will come up on a random monitor, then I have to : 1. Open NVidia control panel 2. Enable SLI/Surround 3. For some reason be foreced to kill the StickyNotes and iCloud Services processes to proceed 4. Enable and configure suround, rearrange the monitors 5. Usually at least once have to turn off the computer entirely and repeat steps 1-5. Sometimes 2 or 3 times. I'm on a fully updated Windows 10 home with the latest video drivers and nothing special (other than two 1080 FTW's in SLI and three 48" monitors.) Has anyone else had this issue? It's not a deal breaker because I don't reboot or turn off much, but it it is a massive hassle if I get a windows update or something and am in a hurry to get something done on the PC. I'm with "Vinod" on Nvidia support chat right now and he's taking an awful long time to respond but if I figure anything out I''ll share it.