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Chroma Drill

Monitors from Broken all in one pcs

45 minutes ago, Chroma Drill said:

It's an HP Pavilion 23-h110

I can't find much information on it, but it probably uses LVDS for the monitor control and such, you'd need to get some kind of board that can power the monitor and take HDMI or DisplayPort and communicate with the display. Such homemade displays have been done before but usually by people who understand all the technology pretty well. I wouldn't attempt it and I know a little bit about displays. 

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So I got a broken All in One pc, but the monitor itself is ok, no scratches at all.

I was wondering if there's a way to use the screen of a broken all in one, it would be a waste of a 23 inch display. I've been searching a lot but the only thing I found was related to the ports (Hdmi) saying that it's not possible, but what about the FFC cables?. Is there any adapter or something? (I'm sorry if this Question doesn't qualify for the forum)

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Are there any video in ports? If not, then you likely won't be able to do much with it without a bit of "hacking".

 

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45 minutes ago, Chroma Drill said:

It's an HP Pavilion 23-h110

I can't find much information on it, but it probably uses LVDS for the monitor control and such, you'd need to get some kind of board that can power the monitor and take HDMI or DisplayPort and communicate with the display. Such homemade displays have been done before but usually by people who understand all the technology pretty well. I wouldn't attempt it and I know a little bit about displays. 


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