LVDS is somewhat of a generic technology used in many types of electronics to transmit signals over long distances. SCSI-3 for instance uses an "LVD" signal standard.
It appears that the integrated graphics chip on your card supports LVD/TMDS transmission, but it is probably not the "LVDS LCD standard". Some versions of your card have a DVI-I connector (basically the new LCD digital standard that beat out PanelLink and LVDS). DVI is a different than the "LVDS LCD standard", but it does use the same base Low-Voltage-Differential-Signal-ing / TMDS technology.
sorry what i meant to say is that the lcd already has an lvds controller with 6 wiries coming out of it and i just need a display adapter to hook it up too thats why i thought the geforce would be ideal as I read somewhere that it supports lvds displays but I can not work out how I would connect it up to this.
Does it look like a daughter board can be hooked up to your geForce? This is probably the only way it will work without a dvitolvds converter (do those exist?). I know my epia m10000 has support for lvds too, but not really. A soldering genius would have to attach their "experimental daughterboard" to the mobo for it to support lvds. By the way, what lcd panel do you have.
Aopen i855GMEm-LFS with Dothan 1.8ghz
Windows XPpro SP2