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WarGoX

Resolution with Intel HD (first generation Core i3)

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Hi:

 

I've managed to install Mac OS X Lion into my 17.3"Toshiba L675 laptop using the iAtkos L2 DVD, this laptop came with a first generation Core i3 processor, with the well known Intel HD graphics.

 

The native resolution of the screen is 1600x900, but using the kexts provided by @manor I was able to get the Intel HD recognized with a 1280x800 max resolution (only this resolution under display preferences). Can any one point me in the right direction to get full resolution?

 

I know I'm not going to be able of having QE/CI with this I wouldn't be able os using iWork, but, getting full resolution would be enough for my web development tasks.

 

Thank you

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rockinron_1 Thank you for your reply, I already have seted the native resolution in org.chamelon.boot.plist, but it doesn't work. Any other suggestion?

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Japan MFG using old LCD screen and force them to high resolution,most of those panel was 1280*800 only, in the Win7/8 if you using high res, you can see the slight water mark on the screen. That is V-scan mismatch.

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