If you can find a controller board compatible with that screen (They run between $50-$500), then it is remotely possible that you can hook it up and run it, but you will likely have to re-solder all those wires onto a new connection if it's a non standard connection that it uses. You're better off buying a screen with VGA input.
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The connector in the other end in the LCD panel is pretty standard 30-pins Single channel LVDS. You need a pretty expensive controller board to convert DVI or VGA to control this panel, and the controller needs to be programmed to support this particularly LCD-panel.
Not worth doing if you ask me. A desktop monitor is cheaper and has better viewing angles and brightness...
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Remember, that connector is not only supplying the LVDS but also the Backlight inverter in the monitor.
And the small coaxial or triaxial cable there's in this HP cable is next to impossible to strip and solder onto, so i'd suggest getting another cable with a 30 pin LVDS connector and some humane wires (that you can solder to) and plug that straight into the LCD panel....