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I'm struggling right now, I've spent hours installing intel based kexts for my system to get a proper resolution, HDMI out is working but I'm stuck in 1024x768 and the system is not loading a kext for the graphics I'm getting annoyed now, does anybody know of any generic kexts or something that will allow me to force a resolution ?


I have tried altering the boot .plist (or w/e) and rebuilding caches etc etc with no avail


Everything works fine but that


Processor & Chipset

» Processor Manufacturer: Intel

» Processor Type: Celeron

» Processor Model: T3500

» Processor Speed: 2.10 GHz

» Processor Core: Dual-core (2 Core)

» Bus Speed: 800 MHz

» Chipset Manufacturer: Intel

» Chipset Model: GL40 Express


» Standard Memory: 4 GB

» Memory Technology: DDR3 SDRAM

» Memory Standard: DDR3-1066/PC3-8500

» Memory Card Reader: Yes


» Hard Drive Capacity: 250 GB

» Hard Drive Interface: Serial ATA

» Hard Drive RPM: 5400

» Optical Drive Type: DVD-Writer

» Optical Media Supported: DVD-RAM/±R/±RW

Display & Graphics

» Screen Size: 39.6 cm (15.6")

» Display Screen Type: Active Matrix TFT Colour LCD

» Backlight Technology: LED

» Graphics Controller Manufacturer: Intel

» Graphics Memory Technology: DDR3 SDRAM

» Graphics Memory Accessibility: Shared

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type at boot:

Graphics Enabler=No

"Graphics Mode"="1920x1080x32"

use graphics mode with quotes and 1920x1080 is resolution and x32 is colour bits.

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