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Is there a way to hack a Mac Book Pro to allow higher monitor resolution? Currently 1220x800, and its way too low.

(Doubt it's possible)

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Yeah, no. LCD monitors don't work like that, and trying to run them higher runs a serious risk of damaging them, and no chance of working. – Phoshi Apr 25 '10 at 1:11
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How about an external monitor? – drewk Apr 28 '10 at 23:41

I have a MacBook that has comparable resolution to yours - perhaps the same, but I use an external LCD monitor when I am at home. It connects with a mini-DVI to HDMI adapter and an HDMI cable. With this, I use 1680x1050 resolution and this is very good for most programming, browsing, etc. The MacBook supports external only or external + internal displays.

Out of my home office, I am stuck with a small screen and low resolution - just like you.

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