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Monitor portrait mode looks fuzzy

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I have a system with 2 NVidia Quadro NVS 440 graphics cards.  I'm using 4 HP LP1965 monitors.  These are 19" monitors with a native resolution of 1280x1024.  All are run in digital mode.

My operating system is XP.

These monitors pivot from landscape to portrait mode.  I rotate them using NVidia Control Panel.

Whever I put them into Portrait mode, they look extremely fuzzy.  I've tried everything I can think of, from the auto adjust button on the monitor, to every available setting through control panel.  Nothing seems to help.

Is this a limitation of the LCD's native resolution or am I doing something wrong?
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it is probably that the two cards do not support 4 portrait modes or it does not have enough resolution to put out to all four monitors, try taking away two monitors, and see if it still does it. if it doesn't, then you will need to upgrade the cards or memory.
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