the forum you linked to seems to have solved the issue.
yes, and you have made an appropriate use of the word 'seems'.
It is kind of a weird issue. Unlike the iTunes hacks there isn't much motivation for Apple to screw with the hack. If they really wanted to check the habit, they would make the monitors control panel check the hardware. As it stands, the OS probably just puts the NVRAM into a stock state before it begins installing. I bet it resets the power manager too.
This actually has more to do with paul's previous post (a few posts down) but i thought you would like to see it. I came across it while looking at someone's portfolio.
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