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09-30-2004 02:08 PM
slow'puter I knew it would be that tough. I think I am better off fixing the laptop. Now, if I could find a cheap Compaq laptop...

Thanks for the links. Some rep points are in order.
09-30-2004 11:38 AM
Industrial Yep. It's going to be a rough task...

I'd do it if i had the time...
09-30-2004 09:52 AM
|2A|N Id read this to before you go doing that http://www.eio.com/lcdconnect.htm
09-30-2004 09:48 AM
Industrial It is possible. You will have to know how to solider and you will need a pretty good amount of tech knowledge. You will have to adapt the screen to your vid card. You will need to find the PIN assignments to, just see how the wires attach to the laptop card.

This will help:

http://www.geocities.com/p9019/lcdpanel

It will be rough task. If you run into any problems just post and we will give you a hand.
09-30-2004 05:36 AM
slow'puter I guess you know what the question is...

Anyway to remove the screen from the laptop and adapt it to be used in a desktop? Anybody done it before? Links, comments, instructions welcomed.

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