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    I have an ASUS CUW-AM mother board that has 2 sets of 20 pin headers for LCD connection. Any one know if I can directly drive n LCD from an old laptop from this?
    I cannot find the exact manual from HP or ASUS in regard to this MB. Its from a Pavillion7919.
    Any help appreciated!

    Julie
    1981 VW Scirocco, 2L 16v turbo. EEEPC 1000 running Mega Squirt and music.
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  • #2
    That is most probably for parallel LCD displays. The ones that can show temp. and stuff.

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    • #3
      Asus had made a actual daughterboard that was supposed to connect to those pins that added an LCD controller. but i've never seen any place to buy them.
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      • #4
        ASUS does not support the boards. It was sold to HP as a propiatary MB. I spent an hour talking to some one in India HP and got no where. Sorry, but their service/tech dept s**ks.

        ASUS also supplies to Dell.

        Ahhh well... Nice idea...
        1981 VW Scirocco, 2L 16v turbo. EEEPC 1000 running Mega Squirt and music.
        Http://www.menloparkrandd.com/scirocco

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        • #5
          You give up too easy, I'm sure somebody somewhere has them.

          Asus boards sold to hp are almost identical to others that they sell to the public. I was able to flash the bios on an HP Asus mobo from a retail asus mobo to enable 533fsb output for a Pentium 4 upgrade.

          The answers are out there.
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