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Re: [Libreboot] x200 tablet's LCD panel HV121WX6-110, supported?

From: arielmazatlan
Subject: Re: [Libreboot] x200 tablet's LCD panel HV121WX6-110, supported?
Date: Mon, 04 Jan 2016 12:35:46 -0700

I got some help on the IRC chanel from user suitsmeveryfine

He told me that even if the LCD panel doesn't work the VGA woudl still
do which is great news for me.

Also it may be posible that my LCD panel will work and I could always
reinstall the manufacture’s bios if it were necessary anyway.

Thank you all.

El mié, 30-12-2015 a las 16:43 -0700, arielmazatlan escribió:
> Hello everyone. 
> I have a x200 tablet and I was hoping to get it librebooted, and I'm
> trying to figure out if it would be possible to do so. I uploaded some
> photos:
> I'm reading the following:
> I quite do not understand the part where it talks about “AFFS/IPS
> panels”.
> Using “sudo get-edid | strings” I found that my LCD panel is a
> HV121WX6-110.
> The refereed page starts with “All LCD panels...  X200 Tablet are known
> to work” but then it recommends some specific models without the glass
> touchscreen protection or the digitizer (which could be removed), so I'm
> a little confuse. Will my HV121WX6-110 LCD panel work or do I have to
> get one of the recommended ones in that article?
> Also the article proceeds talking about some LED backlit panel. My x200
> tablet has some lights indicators on the back of the screen, would that
> mean that I'm in the case mentioned there were I'll need to get an
> inverter of some sort? I don't really need those LEDs, couldn't I just
> remove them all along if that were the case?
> Maybe I misunderstanding it all and it's all just a recommendation, but
> I feel it's not very well explained. Also there doesn't seem to be any
> mention of my HV121WX6-110 LCD panel on the site, so I'm a little worry
> it won't work.
> Thank you all.

Ariel Del Valle

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The Palms Resort of Mazatlan

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