If you have an old Eee PC 70x lying around, check out this thread from the Eee User forum.
User RandyLude92 has managed to hack his way around his old Eee PC.
According to Eee User:
Eeeuser forum member RandyLude92 has a long forum thread detailing how he managed to retrieve the larger screen from the 90x and maneuver it into the 70x. This involves carefully lifting the screen from the 90x, placing it into the 70x and even updating the BIOS to support the larger screen (to remove the screen size limitation, otherwise the whole screen would not be properly utilised).
Obviously, this is not for the faint of heart. Go ahead if you’re feeling adventurous.
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