If that title makes any sense... But heres the predicament im in. I recieved a working (well sort of) dell inspiron 8000 that housed the Samsung LTN150P2-L01 LCD display. The notebook had been dropped and they tried to have it repaired before parting ways with it. I didnt ask what they replaced because i didnt think about it really, but looking at the case and the lcd brackets the lcd should have shattered like the metal brackets did. So i now assume they replaced the LCD, or its one tough screen. So im thinking it might be the inverter board and the screen may be fine if not new, i mean if so its going on ebay anyway i need to test it but my only means of doing so would be to hook it up to a Compaq Presario C500 (the shitty ones that shipped with vista, also free ) My concern is will the presario power inverter for the screen over power this display... I cant seem to find anywhere what voltage the Presarios display and the Inspirons display run at, as for the connections they are all the same i.e. video input and power. The main difference i see is the one is just SXGA+ and the Presario's is WXGA+ this all came up when i was diggin through a box of laptops and found the presario and the inspiron screen... i love boredom Thanks for any help.