First off my pix link has changed, see http://jmayes.com:82/gct/gct-tft1.jpg
I was able to easily remove the touchscreen by using a razor knife and splitting the foam seal between the touchscreen and LCD, I only split it on 3 sides and lifted the touchscreen toward the fourth side. After removing the touchscreen you can rub the remains of the foam & Glue from both the touchscreen and LCD.
Now the larger problem is finding TFT SGA (800x600) LCD's that will fit in place of the original. I have received several but most are just VGA (640x480) and 10.4" which are larger then the original which are 10.1". I have not been able to get the BIOS into a VGA mode so even if I can get some VGA LCD's to fit success is not promising.
One screen which I found in a HP Omnibook 800 fits all the requirements except it requires a vertical sync signal which is not present on the TFT connector. I believe that the signal I need is on the MB which we can run a jumper to but I have not confirmed this yet.
Soooo… If anyone has a lead on some 10.1" SGA TFT's please chime in! If anyone has something laying around please let me test it!
And for you do-it yourselfers, I will post my findings & pinouts later this week.
So there you have it, more soon…