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Using Monitor As A Display For Video Game Console/tv


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#1 spencerm

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Posted 30 December 2006 - 01:06 AM

Hi all!

First post here at bleepingcomputer. My buddy said there were some knowledgeable people on board over here! Thanks in advance!

I got an HP media center TV PC back in august. It came with a Hauppauge PVR150 PCI tv tuner card. I've had problems on and off with the ehrecvr service when trying to use the tuner to watch tv on the computer - in fact, I've never been able to get it to work [despite being paid $20+/hr to do computer tech support]. Long chats with the people at microsoft, hp, hauppauge, etc. sent me in fruitless circles. Anybody know of any way to simply use a computer monitor as a display for my video game consoles [namely my old dreamcast]? I need to be able to use AV composite cables for this. There has got to be a simple way to use my nice flat panel display to play video games and watch tv by channeling the signal from tuner card to monitor...


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