This time the LCD panel comes from a Packard Bell MGP30 (Minos GP3) laptop. On the back of the panel, we find the model number with which we can find the correct firmware later.
Old LCD, Lookup specifications
Again AU Optronics is the manufacturer of the panel. This time the model is B170PW06 V.2. With this information, we can now look up the specifications of the panel on the website http://www.panelook.com/. This mainly concerns the resolution and voltage.
According to the specifications, the resolution of the panel is 1440 x 900 pixels and the voltage is 3.3V.
Old LCD, Set voltage and connect cables
With a jumper on the controller, you first of all have to set the correct voltage according to the specifications that you have searched for your LCD panel. There are 3 options: 3.3 volts, 5 volts, and 12 volts. Make sure you choose the correct voltage, otherwise you could damage the controller. Then connect all the cables.