Can you please point me to a web site, Normal 30 PIN LCD module and 20 PIN module datasheets please. Wish to convert 20 pin module to 30 module or working area.
These are Laptop TFT or LCD Modules
HSD150PX11-B Module = 20 Pin
LQ150F1LH22 Module = 30 Pin
They do have same characteristics.
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Was your old hard drive a 44 pin IDE drive (PATA)? Then you need a 7 pin SATA to 44 pin IDE converter module. Unfortunately, I can't suggest any - most take up enough space that they can't be fit into a laptop case behind the hard drive. Some connect to the IDE cable; others connect to the IDE port on the motherboard. They are more useful for the small format desktop cases (home theater PC).
I wish that I could be of more help. 2.5" IDE drive are still available; this might be a more effective solution than finding an adapter that will fit inside the laptop.
This model is upgradeable (according to manufacturer) to 2GB. Here are the specs for the memory modules required by your system:
1GB 240-pin DIMM
Module Size: 1GB
Package: 240-pin DIMM
Feature: DDR2 PC2-5300
They cost between $30-$35 each, but you might find them cheaper at www.oempcwporld.com. Follow the manfacturer instructions to properly seat the modules and make sure that there is NO power connected to the machine and that you ground yourself from static electricity before touching the modules or inserting them in their slots.
Hello, Some motherboards will not see double sided memory modules correctly. Check the motherboard manual or manufacturers web site to be sure. If the board does not see double sided memory then it does just what you are talking about(only sees half the memory size).