|RE:Have tft screen, now what? (modified 0 times) ||parasyght|
|Ya, that was kind of confusing. What i got out of it was, if i have a connector on the mobo that has g0-5 and a screen with g0-3, i will connect g5 on mobo to g3 on screen, and so on, leaving g2, g1, g0, on the mobo dissconnected becasue they hold the least amount of value when trying to get a good picture quality when connecting lcd's. THis is what i got from your post. The part i didnt understand is why you would connect them that way, i mean the technical aspect of it is what i dont get.|
If i wanted to connect the screen to replace a laptop screen, would i need to find the pinouts of the controller on the mobo(cx5520 i think) or the pinouts on the broken screen (lm-da53-22nsw, no were to be found) I tried to find the pinouts, using the metheod mentioned, google.com, part # and r0 r1 r2, and no good leads came out. Any other ideas?