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OS 10.3 - problem with resolution at logon screen


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I have a Mac mini at work that I use to help walk home users with Mac's though various issues they have with our network. Its hooked up to a KVM switch. The issue I have is that the monitor I use to have was able to support a higher resolution then the LCD that I have now. Before I switched the monitors out, I changed the resolution to the maximum supported resolution, which is 1280 x 1024. When you first power it up and it gets to the login screen, I loose the image and my monitor just says the resolution is set too high. I have figured out how to log in without be able to see the screen. Once I log in, the resolution gets set to 1280 x 1024 and i have the screen again. I dont know much about Mac so is there a way to set the resolution at startup. Thx in advance.
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