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Connecting PS2 to laptop?


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prelude11

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I was hoping to connect my PS2 to my laptop but I'm not sure what I need. My laptop has a HDMI port but no VGA port. Any ideas what I'll need to be able to do this?
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connect your PS2 to your laptop for what? as  a monitor?


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It think for the monitor.. What ideas?


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it's impossible because the hdmi of the laptop is for output signal not input

 

 

 


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Edited by daniel12, 04 December 2015 - 04:56 AM.

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correct. you'd need an HDMI input...which the laptop likely wouldn't have.


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hi there! what's for it if i connect my PS2 in my laptop? any idea?

 

thanks.!


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You would need a TV Tuner that supports USB and whichever display method you are using on your PS2, be it A/V,component, or HDMI.


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