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Old 28 July 2008, 22:56   #3
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It would still be a no-no, even if you had the scandoubler. The same would apply even if you tried to hook a plain ol' vanilla PC to it: you wouldn't have anywhere to connect it! Laptop monitors don't have a standard 15-pin VGA input socket, and don't confuse this with the VGA out socket of various laptops! You'd need a backlight supply board and a graphic controller board (after the scandoubler). Not wanting to dissapoint you, but it appears that anyone doing it has the proper circuitry to do it.. (Suzanne for example)
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