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gtx 560ti not giving me full resolution in mountain lion

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hello, i upgrade my hackintosh from lion to mountain lion.

i reinstalled all the kexts i needed to and everything is working fine.


however my screen resolution, which was working in lion after installing the nvidia graphics drivers,

is now giving me any resolution options except one, which is 1024 x 768


i tried to reinstall the nvidia drivers and it wont let me because it is only supported in 10.7 or earlier os.

i right clicked and went to package contents then payloads then ran the payload installer, which worked fine.

but after restarting my resolution didnt change.


my graphics card is showing up in the about my mac section too,

but i cannot get my resolutions to show up. i use 2560 x 1400 as my main display in lion.


any idas?

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