I posted on your new thread, but I haven't posted on this one before.
LCD panels always have custom outputs to run them. They are rerely interchangeable. Unless you know build both LCDs and graphics cards from scratch (IE design your own and build them), you are unlikely to get anywhere with hunting for pinouts to do the mod you want. Your only real chance is if you can find a standalone external LCD monitor with VGA or LCD which uses the exact same panel as you have. Then you can pin map from your mobo to the converter boards etc which are packed into external LCDs to enable them to run on VGA or DVI. But this is just as much of a needle in a haystack as finding the pinouts for your graphics chip in the first place, since very few people bother to dissasseble their LCDs, and even fewer post the make and models of the panel on the net for you.
I've been trying to find a way to use a G4 iMac (17")and/or G4 PowerBook (15") screen as an external. The principle is really the same......
Loc: Florida, USA
Most laptops i've cracked open have the company that built the part/s name on it. Eather a sticker or on the circut board itself. Just get the part number and the company that made it and just google it and you might fine what you need.
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