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Rgb internal wiring compatible with the video cord red white n yellow

Need the configuration of internal wires of a rgb so I can hook it up to red white n yellow plz

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Composite video to a internal video. This of course can only be a output source from computer to a composite display.

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Posted on Jun 18, 2014

  • Will Godwine Jun 18, 2014

    OH! Easier to buy a conversion box. But yet again, this will only be for video out to a older display or a TV with composite video in.



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You can find the driver at the manufacturer's support site,, or if it's the original video card that came with a brand name machine, at the machine manufacturer's support site.

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Not enough information to assess the problem realistically; it could be the monitor is turned off or disconnected, video card failed, cable is bad, wrong video mode is used, card loose in the socket.

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