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You have an "Early 2011" 15" MacBook Pro.

The "stock" display was 1440 x 990...but a high resolution display upgrade was available (1680 x 1050). You may have the higher resolution display.

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Originally Posted by DunnInLA View Post
The generic production description on ebay for this MBP mentioned screen resolution of 1440x900. However, when I go into System Preferences, then Display, the resolution options are 1) Best for Built In Display, or 2) Scaled, with a list going from 1680x1050, and on down to lower resolutions, including 1440x852. Nowhere on the list is 1440x900.
The best option is to choose "Best for Built-In Display". Since you say that the 1440 x 990 resolution is not available as an option...this may confirm that you have the higher resolution 1680 x 1050 display.

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