have you scoured Samsung's site for this information? Have you tried to contact them?
Do, you have a broken laptop with a good screen on it, and you are taking the screen for another purpose? What will you be doing with the powerbook and parts? You stated that it was an OEM Samsung LCD. Was this already on the powerbook, or did you purchase it for the powerbook?
Since the LCD works on other powerbooks, then I am assuming that the pin configuration on this OEM Samsung is the same as the stock powerbook LCD. If this is the case, why not have a look at some repair guides. Here is a good place to start...
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