I have a Nec Multisyc monitor with a 1920x1200 resolution, which when I bought it cost an arm and a leg. Luckily they grew out again, so I now have a great monitor, plust four limbs. But with the new Surface I have a very strange problem: The monitor sees that it's getting a 2020x1204 resolution when using 1920x1200 in the graphics drivers, on a Mini Display Port to DVI. I have tried both with the drivers that came with the Surface and by forcing in the latest beta of the Intel 520 drivers (I'm so not new to messing around with drivers...). Nothing helps. Plugging the DVI to Mini Display Port doesn't do anything. By accident I found a guy named Oren Novotny (apparantly a Microsoft MVP, so he sounds important...) that tweeted about exactly the same a couple of weeks ago: Oren Novotny on Twitter Being utterly unsocial (no networks, no nothing - I'm an old school paranoid guy, verging on tin foil hat) I have no way of asking him on Twitter if he solved the problem, but I can't find any other tweets from him about this. Then I plugged in an old Acer (house full of old monitors...), and that didn't really help either. This time the image was moved around four inches to the right, so the left side of the monitor was a garbled version of what should have been on the right side. Next attempt was an old BenQ, which worked. Of course the picture is really lousy, but at least it's the correct resolution! Has anybody else seen this problem?