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Frusturating dual monitor situation.

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So I have a 19in widescreen and a 17in non-widescreen but since they aren't both widescreen, one always looks weird because of the resolution differences...


Also, one seems to be an inch higher than the other one, when I move my mouse from screen to screen, it jumps a inch up or so.


Is there any way to set the monitors to their own native resolution so text and windows don't look blurry and stretched?
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Yes. I have a widescreen 22" and a normal 17".
Don't use Nvidia, Goto Display in windows, then settings. Choose extend desktop and use widescreen as primary. Both your monitors should show up and you can select a different resolution for both of them.
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