Loc: San Francisco, CA
You may need to hack the driver written for the original screen... If it's like drivers for much of OS X, there will be several (or possibly hundreds) of lines of code dedicated to model names and numbers which are supported. Given there are only a few different LCDs used in Mac laptops, there may be just a few lines of code. You may be able to add your model using the same syntax and structure, however, I'm not certain where the driver is kept, though it may very well be a .kext in the system extensions folder.
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