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    Originally posted by serialmonkey
    We're trying to make it accept vga input = better quality.

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    Cool !

    Thanks.

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    I've posted up a page here that summarises the modifications done to my LCD here:
    http://nakoruru.rudora.net/serio

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    well this is my first post here in the forums... i stumbled on this site a few months aso, looking for install ideas. anyways yesterday i was at a BestBuy looking at lcd screens. i thought to myself 600+CAN is damn too expensive, there has to be a cheaper way out there. so i just was looking around and found a PSOne witha lcd screen, so i bought that for 200bucks. nnice little toy i bought and i should have it installed soon in my truck. mine is the NTSC version, so i think i got lucky on it. my question is tho, did u guys have to destroy the plastic case to get at the lcd screen, or is there hiden screws. ive found 5 screws so far: 2 at top, 3 where u jion the console and screen together. is there any behind the speaker screens at all?

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    You only need to take apart the bottom half of the screen (the part with the PSOne connector and the DC jack). If you unscrew the three screws in the bottom piece and carefully try to swing the hinge forward or back to its extremes it should provide enough force to pop the other clips out.

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    starfox, i have been working on this 4 a while and am very happy to see that someone did it.kudos(i havent been so successful =).i have the lcd working with a geforce mx but i havent got my xor gate in the mail yet.in the meantime ive been trying to connect it to my radeon 9000pro using your pinouts.i seem to be having the same problem as viking boy(cant extend/enable).i wuz wonderin if maybe u guys made any progress there?im pretty sure my grounds are all right.i think maybe ati's auto refresh/resolution feature might have something to do with it.any ideas would be appreciated.

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    p.s. mikey,if u want to open the lcd ,the other screws ARE behind the little plastic speaker screens(they are stuck with adhesive and pretty easy to remove,but also easy to rip.be careful).

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    thank for the heads up on the screw locations... now i have to find a donor comp for the transformation into my truck. i hope this works out

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    np.also,(this is 4 starfox)i wuz looking at your pictures of the wiring u did on the psone,i noticed a couple of wires connected on the pass-through side.any chance i need those connected too?i really am sorry if i am bugging u,but i cant seem to get my rad to see the panel.maybe its xp.

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    Hihi, i haven't really had time to figure out the pinouts to make the Radeon detect the display. What i've read is you need to tie pin 11 to ground and it should work.. but i'll check this up later on mine.

    I soldered one wire to the pass through side because it was easier than soldering to the input connector (the wires're pretty close), it's the same as soldering that wire to the input connector.

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