Ok so i took off the lcd cause it was cracked, but now have decided to use it for a picture frame and thought it would be nice to illuminate the picture with the back light the only thing is i cant figure out which wire on the back is for the backlight! Its been driving me nuts all day... im currently testing it with a molex connector from an old tower but am having troubles. I got the status light working fine, but i need to know which wires on the back need power for the backlight to light up. Any help would be awesome
The inverter powers the backlight... and uses an AC current... I would start by finding the voltages and grounds with a multimeter from the computer, and then try powering the LVDS cable, leaving it connected to the screeen... I have never attempted anything like this, but I think its a great idea. P.S> the AC current is probably high voltage and dangerous!
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