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My advice... you would be better off replacing that broken display yourself rather than fool around trying to figure out what resolution to use - when you can't even see what you're doing.

If you have access to another Mac with a FW connector, you can try target mode booting the broken display machine and reset the resolution from System Preferences. But to be honest, a MacBook from 2006 may not be worth the effort.
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