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1024x600 resolution on VIA Unichrome Pro?

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I'm installing OS X on my UMPC. I'm not doing it to actually use OS X, just get a feel for it for when my girlfriend needs some help (she prefers Windows or Linux). The issue is the screen is TINY. 1024x600 is the native resolution, but OS X automatically sets it to 1024x768. I know there is no driver for the Unichrome Pro, but is there any way I could change this? It makes it very frustrating to use as most windows go off the bottom of the screen. Any way to interpolate the resolution?

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Press f8 at boot to get the prompt and type "Graphics Mode"="1280x1024x32", not sure it will work, not sure your display supports it, but it's the only resolution that could be used this way.

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Actually, I figured it out. I edited my com.apple.boot.plist and added

<key>Graphics Mode</key>

And now it works fine. Having some other issue, but those go in a different forum. ;-)

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