Hello, respected community. I have an HP 250 G4 laptop (product M9S62EA: Intel Core i3-4005U, Intel HD Graphics 4400, AMD Radeon M330). I bought it more than 3 years ago. The warranty period has already expired. A few days ago, the original matrix began to fill up with bad (black) pixels. Every day they become a little more. There was a question about replacement.
Original matrix in laptop - LTN156AT39-301.
Display cable - AHL50_EDP_NONTS. P/N:DC020026M00. REV: 1.0. Some other records: 1) DC020026M00-JTE1-10-54M-000-****. 2) SPS- 826821-001 LCD. Date code: 7J1560.
1) I found HD-matrix (TN-type) similar in parameters - N156BGA-EA2. Is such a matrix compatible?
2) Then I saw an interesting video, where the author in a laptop of this series (HP 250 G4) replace the HD-matrix (TN-type) to FullHD-matrix (IPS-type) - NV156FHM-N43. Here is the link to the video from YouTube: Laptop screen replacement HP 250 G4. The author could not be contacted. Is such a matrix compatible? And compatible original display cable and his interface with this matrix?
p.s.: I just read that the 30-pin eDP display cable can be either 1-lane or 2-lane (this is the option needed for a FullHD matrix). But I didn't find information 🤔 about display cable with the given part number: DC020026M00. What is he? With 1-lane or 2-lane? If the cable is compatible, then tell me, please, are there any other FullHD-matrices (IPS-type) suitable for this model to replace.
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