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Hi. So I want to make a portable Raspberry Pi, with an 17in screen I got from a Toshiba Satellite, and a Raspberry Pi 1 B+. So I have everything except for 4 things.
1. How do I connect the LCD to the Pi without using HDMI, so if I want, I can connect the portable Pi to another, bigger display.
2. What parts do I need to connect the display to the Pi.
3. How do I use only one power cord for the display and the Pi together.
4. What parts do I need to use to only need one power cord.
All the info on the display is displayed below in pictures.