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Thread: Where can I find a 7" LVDS Display with 800X480 resolution.

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    it's a Lippert Thunderbird with Phoenix FirstBIOS...I just realized that I'd need to reintegrate the modified Intel video BIOS into the system BIOS...not likely. Since this is an "embedded" board I might just try contacting Lippert and seeing if they could do it themselves. Another idea, this board has an on-board DVO connector. Know anything about DVO?? I did a quick search and saw that I could get a DVO->TTL adapter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFiorito
    Another idea, this board has an on-board DVO connector. Know anything about DVO?? I did a quick search and saw that I could get a DVO->TTL adapter.
    I know it kinda ruins the fun with LVDS, but you might wanna have a word with Promate and check out their LVDS interface for the same screen I'm using.
    AU Optronics Screen and VGA driver board (large images)

    The LVDS interface is a lot smaller than the VGA controller and the downside is that you don't get all the features of the VGA board. But if you're commited to the LVDS route it might be an option.

    /M

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    JDBK070T1A0P (LVDS-card for A070VW01) ~$70
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    Quote Originally Posted by Giuliano

    Some motherboard VGA BIOSes can be edited after the fact, and re-flashed to incorporate the new resolutions.. the VGA BIOS is a subset of the complete system BIOS, and is embedded within that system BIOS.

    The Intel Extreme Graphics on-board video is one example, like on my Commell LV-671 with LVDS - the VGA BIOS can be edited using the Intel BIOS Modification Program (Intel BMP), and then re-integrated into the system BIOS image and re-flashed.

    But it's tricky, very tricky...
    Are you saying that if I have a board with intel extreme graphics, that I can modify the bios to make it output 800x480 to my xenarc monitor? I am one of those who has several widescreen monitors but I can't get my computers to output anything but 4:3.

    More info?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinister
    Are you saying that if I have a board with intel extreme graphics, that I can modify the bios to make it output 800x480 to my xenarc monitor? I am one of those who has several widescreen monitors but I can't get my computers to output anything but 4:3.

    More info?
    Well, I was refering to the Intel Extreme Graphics with LVDS video, but I think it might be possible for VGA..


    Let me dig through one of the Intel Extreme graphics video bios files I have, and I'll see what it's got.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SFiorito
    it's a Lippert Thunderbird with Phoenix FirstBIOS...I just realized that I'd need to reintegrate the modified Intel video BIOS into the system BIOS...not likely. Since this is an "embedded" board I might just try contacting Lippert and seeing if they could do it themselves. Another idea, this board has an on-board DVO connector. Know anything about DVO?? I did a quick search and saw that I could get a DVO->TTL adapter.
    Well, there was a Phoenix FirstBIOS editor trial download, but the form doesn't seem to work..

    The BIOS is designed to let you (OEM's) replace components, such as video BIOS files..


    Of course, you need the tool..

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    Hi, Can anyone tell me if the 7" LCD with CCFL backlight can change to LED backlight? How to do?

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    Hello,
    I am a bios developer. I have been working a bios for an intel chipset. I would like to build a custom vbios (vga bios) that supports a tv-out chip and noticed in one of the threads you mentioned having the Intel BMP utility. I really need this to complete my project and it would be great if you could help me out. Or, if you could even point me in the direction where you got it that would be fine. Can you PM me please Giuliano?

    Thanks, linux_junkie

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    Intel d945gsejt custom video bios merge with system bios

    I Giuliano,
    Im using the INTEL D945GSEJT mother and the AUO G084SN05-V8 lcd display, connected through the LVDS output.

    Using the IEGD from INTEL, i have generated a Driver for the LVDS signal and the LCD work fine in Windows XP SP3.
    Now I need to merge the new Video Bios generated for my custom display, and the System BIOS from INTEL.

    Can you help me please? Can I do this with the Intel BMP Software you have?

    Thanks,


    Quote Originally Posted by Giuliano View Post
    Hey, no problem.. this is why I keep all my subscribed threads..

    What board did you get? And what brand BIOS is it?


    And I have a copy of the Intel BMP, so chances are I could try creating a modified BIOS for you...

    I would recommend getting a BIOS savior before flashing the image, though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maximus View Post
    I've been looking around for a 7" LVDS screen, but the few that I find are mostly low resolution or very ver bad brightness.

    Does anyone know where I can find one with min. 800X480 resolution ?


    /M
    It may be a few years late - LOL - but it seems that more and more manufacturers are making these type of panels now.. especially in China/Taiwan..

    I have found a few that are promising, but can't find a UK/online distributor - so if anyone knows where they can be sourced - we could be onto a winner ;-)

    AUO Optronics: G070VW01 V0
    CMO: G070Y2-L01
    NEC: NL8048BC19-02C

    I'm really keen on getting either the AUO or the CMO panels - so please if you know where these can be sourced do say something ...

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