Im trying to hook my ps3 to my dell xps one. i have the tv input device and have the ps3 hooked into it, but i cannot figure out how to find an input station on the tv. the only channels i can get is 2 through 69. any information on how to get the ps3 video on the computer would be greatly appreciated.
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Judging by the TV with a RGB hookup, I'm sure that it has S-video. So does that motherboard... Hook it up using S -video (cheap at WalMart), then go to Display properties. Choose Advanced, then the Intel Chipset. Choose the TV as the Primary and your TV will become your monitor
if u have a look on the back of the pc, u shud see a card with a lot of connectors on it, video, audio and an antenna, if this has then connect to the video in connector and set the tv tuner software to composite and then it show what is bein imputted...
all of those are controlled by the video card-software management panel..go to dell support website, and make certain you have that latest driver set..then you should be able to enable any of those options.
DVI to Composite Video (yellow) adapters are available in many online stores for mail order. You will need to get a separate mini-RCA jack to stereo RCA adapter to hook the audio output from the computer to the stereo audio (red and white) connections of the cable.
Search google for DVI to composite video adapter, and the mini-RCA adapter can be found at most home entertainment or electronics stores (Best Buy, Circuit City, etc)