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  1. Hi, Great tutorial. I followed method A, and it almost works. Without overriding my monitor only had 640x480, but after overriding I noticed that all resolutions higher than 1920x1200 are still not available under System Preferences -> Display. I use dual-link DVI to access the monitor, which can handle up to 2500x1600 (recommended resolution). Any idea how to enable the higher resolutions? Are there some extra plist attributes for this? Kind regards, Bram Adams PS: To avoid the hassle with making the terminal window wider, try "ioreg -w 0 -l > ioreg.txt". The -w flag disables the $ signs in the output, and the redirection makes it easier to search for strings in a text editor.