Ahoy there mates,.... it's me again Don't think I am trying to increase my post by asking things. But don't mind if I do. I got this LCD a 19" HP wide ( beautiful baby ), but problem is, it has a faulty driver chip in the panel flex cable . So I stored the things I need and rest ended up in the scrap metal Now since I have moved, I gave away my old faithful 19" twin CRT's. Got no choice and now I have a measly 17" LCD. Expense has been over the roof and getting a new bigger monitor idea is falling back from time to time. And today a friend gave me a 19" LCD. Seems that it also was on it's way to the dump but luckily it found me. So checked it and it seems the VGA driver is creating a no signal and interference problem. Due to it being handled by a lot of wannabe repair techs here, the board is really in bad shape. But the good news is when I saw the LCD LVDS connector, it was Identical to my HP. BINGO !!!!!!!!!!! back to the works hop. So after a little cable and board swapping I managed to use the HP boards with this 19" LCD. It gave a beautiful display. One problem. HP is wide, where as this LCD is not, both is 19". So display is kind a funny, the task bar is a inch above and the top is at the bottom. . My diagnosis is the LCD timing in the EEPROM. Thought of copying the memory to HP but the normal LCD has one memory where as the HP has 3 of 'em. Does any of you have any idea on this type of thing, I never tried to copy the timing from one EEPROM to another and to make things worse I donno which one to over write. Any Ideas....Or is this one of those things that I have to do a research on.