|LCD monitors are not better than later CRT monitors - they just take up less space and use less power.|
The blurriness of text is a characteristic of LCD monitors only. If you hooked up a CRT monitor you would not see it.
That blurriness is the very reason Microsoft saw the need to develop the clear type workaround solution.
If 1900 x 1200 is the "native" or "optimal" resolution, that is the one at which the LCD display on your monitor looks the clearest.
If the monitor is a decent make and model, such as a Samsung model, other resolutions will not look quite as good but many of them still yield a quite good display.
If the monitor is not a decent make and model, other resolutions will likely not yield as good a display.
If the video is integrated into the mboard, it is not a "card".
If you can't choose a resolution of 1920 x 1200 on the laptop, you won't get as clear type as you get on video with which you can choose that resolution. Older video drivers and video chipsets often cannot provide a resolution that supports the higher "native" resolution of recent LCD monitors - your problem is common. There should be little or no noticable difference otherwise between the monitor being hooked up via a DVI or a VGA connection - if you could connect via DVI on the laptop it would probably have text that was just as blurry at the same resolution.
To avoid streching of the display appearance horizontally, choose a resolution that has the same ratio of width to height or as close as you can get it to that of the ntaive resolution - 1.6 to 1.
"The resolution is correct its just a little blurry. Its hardly noticeable but it is there."
It's sounds like you're being overly fussy.
Try Clear Type - that's all you can do, other than trying other resolutions until you find one that looks the clearest.
If you want clearer than that, connect a crt monitor if you have one, or get yourself a better make and model of LCD monitor, or get yourself a laptop that can support your monitor's "native" resolution.