Currently I am trying to connect my LCD to my laptop through a VGA connector. The LCD has 6 wires out of it which I am trying to solder to a VGA male connector, But the laptop doesn't detect the LCD. What is wrong?
I noticed that the laptop can detect other screen even if they are turned off (no power cable attached), so I think the trick is in the wiring.
What I want to know is how a PC detects the VGA monitor once its connected. Does it send a signal that the monitor respond to?
My LCD 6-wires are labled [HOUT - ROUT - GOUT - BOUT - SYN - VC0]. I assumed ROUT, BOUT and GOUT are the RGB signals, SYN is the VSYNC and HOUT to be the HSYNC. (Not sure of that though).