- Nov 11, 2018
- Gigabyte Designare Z390
- RX 580
- Classic Mac
- Mobile Phone
That by itself is okay. MacOS uses two different video drivers:
- During first 2/3 of the startup process it uses a default VESA driver (non-accelerated) and default resolution.
- During the last 1/3 of the startup process it switches to the accelerated display driver and uses the video resolution that was last used. If the last-used resolution is smaller than the default resolution, then everything in the monitor will appear bigger.
- For example, if default resolution is 2560x1440 and the last-used resolution is 1024x768, then of course everything will look bigger at 1024x768.
If you can log in, you can go to System Preferences --> Displays and change the resolution.