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    First, I'll test the onboard video at those timings (using my old monitor, just in case...) If it works, I'll consider building the C-sync circuit. If not, I'll try to find a used PCI Geforce MX or PCI?? VE/7000. I forgot my old ATI 7000 is AGP and the 810 mobo doenst have a AGP slot.

    But I think I'll start wiring the LCD so I can test it. Tidder, do you have a schematic for your wiring? I assume you didnt need to alter the wiring when you switched video cards. There are so many different versions online, I would like to use the one most similar to my setup. You have a offical Sony NTSC version, right?

    I definitely would prefer to get the PSone LCD working. Its bigger, color TFT, and I can control it with a mouse instead of serial buttons or a hacked keypad.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hannibal
    First, I'll test the onboard video at those timings (using my old monitor, just in case...) If it works, I'll consider building the C-sync circuit. If not, I'll try to find a used PCI Geforce MX or PCI?? VE/7000. I forgot my old ATI 7000 is AGP and the 810 mobo doenst have a AGP slot.

    But I think I'll start wiring the LCD so I can test it. Tidder, do you have a schematic for your wiring? I assume you didnt need to alter the wiring when you switched video cards. There are so many different versions online, I would like to use the one most similar to my setup. You have a offical Sony NTSC version, right?

    I definitely would prefer to get the PSone LCD working. Its bigger, color TFT, and I can control it with a mouse instead of serial buttons or a hacked keypad.
    I have a pretty good how-to with pictures if you want it. It's for the wiring only, no software setup or anything. It's at home, so you'll have to wait until this evening.

    And yes, it's the official sony PSone LCD.
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    Also, I may have a used PCI Geforce card somewhere here at the shop... I'll look around.
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    Thanks so much for your help! Wiring is the trickiest part for me. I think I can handle the timings. It seems like a trial and error type of job.
    Please post or email your write-up to [email protected] when you have time. I'm gonna play with powerstrip when I get home and try not to destroy my monitor.
    If you do come across that PCI Geforce, I'll definitely take that off your hands if I need it. Thanks again...
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    psOne LCD with Tochscreen?

    Tidder,

    I saw in your signature psOne LCD with Touchscreen: how did you add the touchscreen? Was it a kit? Where did you found it?

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by contri
    Tidder,

    I saw in your signature psOne LCD with Touchscreen: how did you add the touchscreen? Was it a kit? Where did you found it?

    Thanks

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    Yup, it's a kit from digitalww.com It's about $95
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    I have the same screen for the PSone (Sony Version), and I noticed that in digitalww he has a couple of the connections done with hot glue (in the how -to section). Can this be done instead of soldering the cables to the board?

    I can have the wife do it since she's very proficient with the hot glue gun...

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    Naw man, has to be soldered... I cover my stuff with hot glue sometimes though, so nothing happens, like if I accidently left my wire too long or something, cover it with hot glue and nothing will short out.
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    Darn it, I suck at soldering!!

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    It's cool man, I'll do it for ya if you'll pay shipping...
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