Drummel wrote:Could you explain why? I´m very interested in this. Could it be possible by adding a driverboard?
A driver board would be required to convert the screen interface to something the RPi can use such as HDMI or Composite.
There are driver board kits on ebay for LVDS type screens found in old laptops and monitors, but it is very unlikely a driver board exists for any random screen.
Note the driver boards are as big as the RPi and cost about as much. You would be better off getting the new RPF screen.
Unless specified otherwise my response is based on the latest and fully updated RPiOS Buster w/ Desktop OS.