Install the 10.5.8 Combo Update to your MacBook and reboot.Install the Chameleon driver pack on your external drive.Install the SuperDuper to use the 10.5.8 Combo Update to install the correct driver to use the VGA driver, even for the 4k option. Boot from the external drive, install as usual, and you can utilise the full resolution. Note that 10.5.8 doesn't have support for the VT-d hardware virtualisation used in the Q35 quad core. In future OSX releases, the Q35 may be SMP only and all ports may be natively simulated. If you're not using Hypervisor for any reason (see below), the configuration will be emulated by QEMU and you can continue to use the 4k option. Note that you won't be able to boot using the external drive on the MacBook, and this file can be used with any host, to use an internal enthusiast board.
The 10.5.7 Combo Update had a fix for crashing on an obsolete version of vmtools from Apple, or VMware only (they used the same version, so this was expected). It also fixed the Accel Processor and cpuid formatter.
The Accel Processor and cpuid formatter changes fix the fixed the frequency scaling. If these are disabled or not available (as they sometimes aren't for certain versions of macOS to fit in the RAM), the CPU frequency is maintained, and power usage doesn't increase dramatically. In future versions there are other fixes, to maintain 240x200x25 for -m kvm, where it's not an option, using OpenCPU.Otherwise, the -m kvm flag can be used for any interaction at all, that doesn't require the external networking to be functional.
Trainer troubleshooting: The most common problem getting a game trainer to work is compatibility between the trainer and the operating system version, if you are using an older game trainer and running Windows 7 or Windows 8 it simply won't work, if however, you right click the trainer and choose Properties and then Compatibility you can change this to run in Windows 98/ Windows 2000 etc. You can find more information on the Beginners Help page here d2c66b5586