Depends on if it is LVDS or IDP - it’s hard to tell with some of these laptops, sad to say. Pull your old screen out, and check the model number to see if it is LVDS or IDP - I’m in the States so I know a little bit about these, but not too much. Over here, HP/Dell/Lenovo reigns king in Corporate America so I know them better because I will probably get an Intel or Ryzen HP EliteBook over a Haier).
so that's where I get the bulk of my knowledge with secondhand enterprise). I'm not 100% positive with the Y11B, but I know a lot of these budget laptops use LVDS LCD panels at 768p, so it's usually 30 or 40-pin. Being a PM scheme laptop leans more into my guess of the type.
If it is, one possible pull source could be a Stream 11 screen being the "cheap HP" for such cases in the US (or a near equivalent when it's done as they no longer sell those things, FINALLY). Likely the same LVDS 768p LCD. Even better if you can get a dead donor Y11b or even a dead Stream 11 if the parts match; you likely have a match. HOWEVER, HP loves taping the bezel so you need to use care on the initial removal if you intend to swap the LCD on a virgin.
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