series EEPROM.Erase then write new bios. Resolder back to board then your set.Just make sure you do multiple backups of your original bios encase something goes wrong.Also when soldering the chip back make sure you do it correctly or you will have bad solder joints and it wont work,I used hot air quick and easy.You can also make a socket adapter to put the bigger version of the chip that is used in a lot of motherboards.Here is a good guide for soldering http://www.infidigm.net/articles/solder/ NOTE: a good soldering joint will look shinny not dull
This might work too http://www.ebay.com/itm/Parallel-Pro...item3f103d5386
Last edited by kev711; 11-23-2011 at 11:25 AM.
Last edited by cloned_impalaSS; 12-12-2011 at 08:18 AM.
we did have a slight update in BIOS for the last two weeks orders, to make this monitor more easy to communicate with video card. But that BIOS is special made for KEV711, not for everybody.
You should not have the problem like KEV711, 99.99% of our clients were fine with 800*480. With the newer version of BIOS, it should cover everything and make it 100%. So no need to load the BIOS yourself.
Nice work! tft_lcd_org
What would be a good complete mobo solution with ram sticks hd everything, that will work flawlessly with this screen + controller?