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  1. I did something similar and it worked on my Acer Travelmate 6000. I used to have this very small resolution of 1024 by something ... and now I can have any resolution I want. You just have to make sure your hardware supports the resolution that you choose. I downloaded a little program called "Plist edit pro" and edited the com.apple.Boot.plist file in the same way klittl01 did. (first I checked in crappy old windows what resolution my screen could handle) I set mine to 1280x1024x32. works fine and no need for messing around with the terminal.