Ok so i have spent the last few weeks diligently building my projector starting with an HP-A305 Solar Deluxe overhead (which is an awesome, bright bulb but lots of extra stuff that makes construction a wee bit difficult). I'm not sure what brand the lcd is but my buddy (Sbisdabomb/Eric here on diy) bought a lot of 5 of these lcd's and I bought one off of him. If you check out his thread on his projector, you can see the lcd works like a champ so no worries about that. But anyway, I had everything installed and ready to go. I fire the thing up w/o the lcd hooked up to the computer and I get a beautifuly clear blue screen indicating that nothing is hooked up and the lcd is going to power down in 8 seconds. Everything is looking good up to this point. So I grab my computer and my cable and I first plug the cable into the lcd logic and "action" starts happening on the screen. What I mean by this is streaks of blue and red and stuff start going down the screen and such. I didn't think much of it so I pluged the other end into my computer and fired it up. The screen just went crazy resembling something of "snow" on a television but a bit more vibrant than that (more colorful). Well the computer was now booted up and still this crappy snow... so i was rather discouraged thinking I have to tweak w/ some setting but I found out it's a little worse than that... I unplug the cable from the lcd and power it down... wait a few... then power it up again and now I get no blue screen... just a bunch of garbage varying from an initial flat black fading out to nothing or quick bursts of streaking colors (usually verticle). So I don't know if when I plugged in the cable there was some sort of electrostatic shock sent across my logic frying something... or if it's something else. If anyone has any suggestions I would greatly appreciate it.