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Can somebody help me with connecting my X-Box 360 to my PC


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JAnderson

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Hello All,

I have a Gateway LX6200-01 w/ Windows Vista and it has RCA ports in the front of it. I have my X-Box plugged in, and the RCA plugged in but I'm not sure how to get to the input channel or how to get the picture to come up on my monitor.

Can anyone help? Thanks!
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starjax

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the rca are for component hookups through the tv tuner. I'm not sure about the step by steps here. This is what I found out:

If the TV tuner has an input of composite, component, or VGA then yes it can.

I think the quality would be pretty bad using composite (yellow cable that goes with the red and white for audio), but component should come through in 720p or 1080i on your laptop if you're using an HD tuner and look pretty nice


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