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Old 05-05-2004, 12:48 PM   #1
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Laptop Display Wiring

This isn't really a Linux question so much as a hardware question in general. Does anyone have, or know where I can obtain schematics detailing the pin-outs on a dell laptop display?? It's a weird little project I'm engaged in, and part of it requires some kind of small, lightweight display that can be positioned about 4 ft away from the PC itself. I chose a laptop display because it is extremely small, and can be mounted in a panel with little or no clearance. Dell was chosen simply because that's what I've got lying around. The display comes from a latitude cpi A366, any help would be appreciated
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