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mamaun, looks to me like it is one of those things that has been asked for years, and the answer is always the same and it comes down to this. That no matter how you want to do it, every monitor solution relies on it being a functioning iMac. With no video card or driver, all you really have is an LCD panel. That is why I posted the panel make and model and the compatibilities to other non-Mac monitors. You could try and get the video board as well as other hardware from a broken one of those. Now I did find one site that actually had some very useful information. Check [http://jeelabs.org/2011/09/05/re-using-an-lcd-screen/|on here] for repurposing the panel. It may be the best way to go. It will not be a plug-and-play situationsituation, but will depend totally on your skills. Hope this helps, good luck
mamaun, looks to me like it is one of those things that has been asked for years, and the answer is always the same and it comes down to this. That no matter how you want to do it, every monitor solution relies on it being a functioning iMac. With no video card or driver, all you really have is an LCD panel. That is why I posted the panel make and model and the compatibilities to other non-Mac monitors. You could try and get the video board as well as other hardware from a broken one of those. Now I did find one site that actually had some very useful information. Check [http://jeelabs.org/2011/09/05/re-using-an-lcd-screen/|on here] for repurposing the panel. It may be the best way to go. It will not be a plug-and-play situationsituation, but will depend totally on your skills. Hope this helps, good luck

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mamaun, looks to me like it is one of those things that has been asked for years, and the answer is always the same and it comes down to this. That no matter how you want to do it, every monitor solution relies on it being a functioning iMac. With no video card or driver, all you really have is an LCD panel. That is why I posted the panel make and model and the compatibilities to other non-Mac monitors. You could try and get the video board as well as other hardware from a broken one of those. Now I did find one site that actually had some very useful information. Check [http://jeelabs.org/2011/09/05/re-using-an-lcd-screen/|on here] for repurposing the panel. It may be the best way to go. It will not be a plug-and-play situation. Hope this helps, good luck

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