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Modding Laptop TFT Screen

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Hi everybody, first time poster here, but a fairly long time lurker. I have a 10.9 in TFT screen and controller from an old Toshiba 610CT I had lying around.

I was wondering if it were possible to "hack" the cables that connect from the lcd controller to the motherboard so that I can use it from a standard VGA port? I'm fairly experienced in tinkering, but I don't have any experience in something like this.

And if anyone had any tutorial links or anything, I would very much appreciate it. I can take pictures of everything if need calls for them.

Thanks a lot,

Edited by pquinny823, 21 June 2005 - 09:15 PM.

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