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CompMaster

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Hello everyone, I need some help here. Ok, I want to hook up my playstation 2 to my computer to play. This is what my computer contains below:

P4 3.0 GHz HT
1GB of Ram
200GB of HDD
256MB GeForce FX 5700LE Graphics Card
XP Pro SP2

I know i need a video capture card, but i also would like to know if i can use another method to hook it up with the stuff i already have, and what software to use (Emulator?).

Thanks for the help in advance!
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You need an all in wonder video card or one that accepts video in. That is the only way!
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What about software wise?
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the software that comes with the video card lets you hook up a dvd player or video game system. You need no additional software.
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Easiest and Cheapest way is to get a USB hookup video capture device. I own the USB 2.0 Dazzle Video Capture and it works great! Just make sure you get the 2.0 version to get the best quality.
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Thanks for the help guys.
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