Not sure if this is really a hardware thing or a Windows thing, so thought I'd try here first.
On a Lenovo Z370 laptop running Windows 7. I'm increasingly getting the above error message.
So far, it's never happened when I'm actually sitting at the machine, so I assume it's when the display switches off according to the power plan.
When I return to it after some time, and the screen is dark, it does come back on when I touch the touchpad, but the laptop seems not to be responding. In fact, however, it's only the screen not responding, because if I enter my password as usual (even though I can't properly see what I'm doing), it hesitates for a moment, and I see a couple of seconds of very odd-looking desktop display (predominantly monochrome, and with some corruption), before it rights itself, and presents the above error message.
As it is at the moment, it's merely annoying, as it almost always recovers successfully (I think once in about 3 months it didn't, and I had to reboot the machine).
But I just wondered if I should be concerned the machine is on its way out.
It doesn't happen every time it's left unattended, but it's getting more common. It's the increasing incidence that makes me think it's a hardware problem, as I don't think a problem with the driver itself would get worse over time. Windows is maintained up-to-date on the machine, so I assume if it had been a dodgy driver release, it would have got fixed anyway in due course.